Homophones for lace, laisse

lace / laisse [lɛis]

lace – n. – 1. a delicate decorative fabric made from cotton, silk, etc., woven in an open web of different symmetrical patterns and figures; 2. a cord or string drawn through eyelets or around hooks to fasten a shoe or garment; 3. ornamental braid often used on military uniforms; v. tr. – 1. to fasten (shoes, etc.) with a lace; 2. to draw (a cord or thread) through holes, eyes, etc., as when tying shoes; 3. to add a small amount of alcohol or drugs to (food or drink); 4. to streak or mark with lines or colours; 5. to intertwine, interlace

laisse – n. – the irregular strophe of Old French poetry, especially a strophe of the chansons de geste (any of several Old French epic poems of the 11th to the 13th centuries about real or legendary events or exploits written originally in assonant verse usually of 10 or 12 syllables)