The Collaborative International Dictionary
decorated \decorated\ adj. having decorations. [Narrower terms: beaded, beady, bejeweled, bejewelled, bespangled, gemmed, jeweled, jewelled, sequined, spangled, spangly; bedaubed; bespectacled, monocled, spectacled; braided; brocaded, embossed, raised; buttony; carbuncled; champleve, cloisonne, enameled; crested, plumed having a decorative plume); crested, top-knotted, topknotted, tufted; crested; embellished, ornamented, ornate; embroidered; encircled, ringed, wreathed; fancied up, gussied, gussied up, tricked out; feathery, feathered, plumy; frilled, frilly, ruffled; fringed; gilt-edged; inflamed; inlaid; inwrought; laced; mosaic, tessellated; paneled, wainscoted; studded; tapestried; tasseled, tasselled; tufted; clinquant, tinseled, tinselly; tricked-out] Also See: clothed, fancy. Antonym: unadorned.
Laced is the debut album released by the rap metal group Reveille from Harvard, Massachusetts. It was originally released on June 22, 1999 through Elektra Records. The album contains the majority of the songs from their six-track demo that initially got the attention of major label Elektra.
Tainted with something, especially a drug. v
1 (en-past of: lace) 2 (context usually with "up" English) Especially of shoelaces, intertwined and neatly knotted.
Usage examples of "laced".
So Cap had a theory to explain the strange sequences the Judy Lab had revealed: chimpanzee, human, and hybrid all in the same animal, laced with sequences from the adenovirus that did most of the splicing.
There came to their great aeronautic parks at Chinsi-fu and Tsingyen by the mono-rails that now laced the whole surface of China a limitless supply of skilled and able workmen, workmen far above the average European in industrial efficiency.
Although he was dressed richly in red velvet laced with gold, he struck Alec at once as someone of much less importance than the others.
An argumentum ad logic am a brilliant caricature, plausible-sounding and laced with shards of the truth.
Its rear exuded puffs of white, and the craft began to drop more rapidly, more confidently, toward the world below, a world of all adamantine blue-white, a great azurite globe laced with a delicate matrix of cloud.
The Biter heeled on the new slant, and the breeze struck colder from the larboard beam, laced with lumps of spray.
Captain Breakstone laced his fingers together and cracked his knuckles.
Notre Dame, over the river running by, past windows aflame with the setting sun, stopping for a moment to buy some wine and to watch two clochard lying astride a metro grill, their faces laced with wine and grime, simmering gently, like a country stew.
I hear he has recently authored a cookery book, laced with herbal nostalgia.
He thrust out his foot, covered with a heavy cowhide boot, laced high about his leg with thongs of skin.
Gastroenteritis, Maui-TB, a hundred other diseases thrived in those congested environs, utterly indifferent to the antibiotics that traditionally laced cycler food.
The colors of the crystal darkened into storm clouds, laced by sinister green lights.
Stone and Dino gratefully sipped their drinks, which were laced with rum.
Celeste Hudson smiled brilliantly at him from beneath the brim of a charming confection fashioned of palest pink straw and intricately laced ribbons.
Flack, flack, went the toggles as the stage-hands laced them over the wooden cleats.