a. Having lacy leaves. n. (alternative form of lace-leaf English)
Usage examples of "laceleaf".
Like the trunk of a laceleaf maple, they grew thicker the more stress from the waves they received.
As she hurried into her office, Sariana nodded absently at a household attendant and requested a large pot of strong laceleaf tea.
Half an hour later, cloaked against the early morning chill, Sariana sat on the other side of the fire and sipped her laceleaf tea.
The air, soft and still, held the sweetness of wildflowers that grew in haphazard clusters across the tablelandpink and yellow sunlilies, buttercups and bluebuttons, white laceleaves and tiny purple lady's slippers.