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Webster's Dictionary 1828

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LAT'TICE, noun

Any work of wood or iron, made by crossing laths, rods or bars, and forming open squares like net-work; as the lattice of a window.

The mother of Sisera looked out at a window, and cried through the lattice Judges 5:28.

LAT'TICE, adjective

1. Consisting of cross pieces; as lattice work.

2. Furnished with lattice work; as a lattice window.

LAT'TICE, verb transitive

1. To form with cross bars, and open work.

2. To furnish with a lattice