Foot coverings, as shoes or slippers
A backless slipper or shoe, often with a closed toe.
A boot reaching to the calf or knee, worn in earlier times; esp., the high, thick-soled, laced boot worn by actors in ancient Greek and Roman tragedy
A projecting piece of metal or hard rubber attached to the underside of a shoe to provide traction.
A shoe designed for outdoor activity, usually made of canvas with a rubber sole.
A heavy, traditionally wooden-soled shoe.
The definition of a sandal is a type of shoe with straps that wrap around various parts of the foot and attach to a sole under the foot.
A sandal or shoe having a band of leather or other material across the instep.
A Denver boot.
A type of women's platform shoe that was popular in the 15th and 16th centuries
A high moccasin made of oiled leather, worn by woodsmen
A container in which something may be stored compactly
A device consisting of an oval or circular frame with a tight interlaced network of strings and a handle, used to strike a ball or shuttlecock in various games.
A block or plate curved to fit the shape of a wheel or drum and forced against it to act as a brake
(Geology) A flat elevated portion of ground.
A striped or figured woolen petticoat formerly worn beneath a skirt that was looped up in front
A soft leather slipper traditionally worn by certain Native American peoples.
English courtier and poet who is believed by some to have written Shakespeare's plays.
A shortened version of (Internet) sock puppet
A heavy, ankle-high work shoe.
Clothing made from buckskin.
Any one of various types of wooden-soled footwear, such as a sandal, shoe, or clog, worn to increase one's height or to keep one's feet out of the mud.
(Obs.) Any heavy shoe or boot
A sturdy laced leather half-boot.
A person descended from the original French settlers of Louisiana, esp. of the New Orleans area
The state of affairs; the situation:
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