Homophones for laces, lacis

laces / lacis [ˈlɛisɪs]

laces – n. p. & 3rd sing. of lace – n. – 1. a delicate decorative fabric woven in an open web of different symmetrical patterns and figures; 2. cords or strings drawn through eyelets or around hooks to fasten shoes or garments; v. tr. – 1. fastens (shoes, etc.) with cords; 2. draws (a cord or thread) through holes, eyes, etc., as when tying shoes; 3. adds a small amount of alcohol or drugs to (food or drink); 4. streaks or marks with lines or colours; 5. intertwines

lacis – n. – network, net; specifically, a square meshed lace with darned patterns