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- Noun

Any work of wood or metal, made by crossing laths, or thin strips, and forming a network; as, the lattice of a window; -- called also latticework.

- Noun

The representation of a piece of latticework used as a bearing, the bands being vertical and horizontal.

- Verb i.

To close, as an opening, with latticework; to furnish with a lattice; as, to lattice a window.

- Verb i.

To make a lattice of; as, to lattice timbers.

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