1 also lace up
to fasten something by tying a lace [= tie]:
Lace up your shoes or you'll trip over.
lace something to something
The canvas was laced to a steel frame.
to add a small amount of alcohol or a drug to a drink
lace something with something
coffee laced with Irish whiskey
to weave or twist several things together
lace something together
Hannah laced her fingers together.
lace something with somethingphrasal verb
to include something all through something you write or say:
He laces his narrative with a great deal of irrelevant information.
to have some of a quality:
Iris's voice was heavily laced with irony.