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Definition of the verb lace into
What does lace into mean as a doing phrase?
- hit violently, as in an attack
Alternative definition of the verb lace into
- [transitive] To vigorously attack, either physically or verbally.
- [transitive, of food or beverages] To consume with gusto.
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A Cultural Encyclopedia by Beverly Chico
Around 1533, Queen Catherine de' Medici introduced lace into France. By the 16th century, bobbin lace from Genoa and Venice was used for neck ruffs and handkerchiefs. Venetian lacemakers exported large quantities of needlepoint lace to ...
by Sidney L. Landau
lace into laid op edging, filigree. — v. fasten, do up, tie, bind, string, wind, lash, hitch, tether, knot. bee into attack, scold, castigate, storm at, call down, reprimand, thrash, lash, light into (Slang), chastise, berate, dress down, trounce. lacerated ...
by Doreen Yarwood
the import of foreign cloth in order to protect the English woollen trade and J eanBaptiste Colbert's legislation of the 1660s to prohibit the importation of foreign lace into France in order to protect the infant French lace industry (see Lace).
Chambers concise dictionary (2004)
O lace into someone colloq to attack them physically or with words, lace something up to ...
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