Definition of laciness in US English:

laciness

noun

  • See lacy

    • ‘Frost and snow are both frozen water crystals, and the laciness of each comes from the same two qualities: six-fold symmetry and an intricate branching pattern.’
    • ‘With Cornus Florida, minimal pruning is the key - after all, the beauty of dogwood is its laciness.’
    • ‘There is variety in texture, too, from the fragile laciness of maidenhair fern to the solidity of harts tongue fern.’
    • ‘Climbers add laciness, flower, scent and verticality that is impossible to achieve with any other kind of plant.’
    • ‘There is only one type of knot used, but the amount of space between the knots is what creates the laciness.’