A coarse large-patterned lace without a net floor.
a type of lace.
A term used for lace of different sorts; most properly for a lace of huge design and heavy product without any surface or mesh, but has the design held collectively by connecting threads known as taverns or brides.
Originally, a lace made of cords of a particular stoutness, each consists of several threads laid alongside, or of a strip of things or of parchment (see cartisane), and wound entirely with bond.
A theory or system of social reform which contemplates a complete reconstruction of society with a more just and equitable distribution of property and labor In popular usage the term is often employed to indicate any lawless revolutionary social scheme See Communism Fourierism Saint Simonianism forms of socialism...