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    Laced with

    Could expression "to be laced with something" be interpreted as "to be restrained by something"? Or the only meaning is "to be mixed with something"?

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    Re: Laced with

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    Could expression "to be laced with something" be interpreted as "to be restrained by something"? Or the only meaning is "to be mixed with something"?
    I know of no other meaning than "mixed with." Often it has a negative connotation: as in, laced with drugs -- that is, slipped in without the other person being aware.

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