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ant lion any of several lace-winged insects whose larvae dig holes in which they trap ants or other insects for food.
beading lacelike looped edging, or openwork lace trimming through which a ribbon can be run, as on a garment or cloth furnishings. [1/4 definitions]
bullion a trimming of silver or gold threads or lace. [1/2 definitions]
doily a small decorative mat, often of embroidery or lace, used as a protective cover on furniture or dishes.
enlace to encircle, bind, or wind about with or as if with a cord or lace. [1/2 definitions]
galloon a braid or trimming made of lace, metallic thread, or worsted.
grommet a plastic or metal eyelet reinforcing a hole through which a fastener, lace, or the like may be passed. [1/3 definitions]
lace to be attached or fastened with a lace. [1/6 definitions]
laceless combined form of lace.
lacework lace, or a structure that resembles lace.
lacing a lace or cord that fastens, such as a shoelace or corset lace. [2/4 definitions]
lacy of or similar to lace; lacelike.
macramé a decorative hanging, trimming, or the like, heavier than lace, that is made by twisting, interlacing, and knotting cords. [1/2 definitions]
malines see Mechlin lace. [1/2 definitions]
mantilla a decorative, usu. lace scarf that is draped from a high comb fixed in the hair and that covers the head and shoulders, worn by women in Latin America and Spain. [1/2 definitions]
Mechlin lace a fine Belgian bobbin lace with a raised cord that outlines the design.
needlepoint a type of lace in which the pattern is worked on parchment or paper. [1/2 definitions]
petticoat a woman's underskirt, like a slip or half-slip but usu. fuller and more ornamented with lace, ruffles, or bows.
picot one of a series of ornamental loops added to the edge of lace, embroidery, or the like.
point lace a type of lace worked on a needle rather than a bobbin; needlepoint.
purfle to finish or adorn with a decorative border, esp. one consisting of beads, lace, metallic thread, or the like. [1/2 definitions]