lace-up

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  • For instance, he had been careful to lace up his right boot before his left. Cited from Nicky-Nan, Reservist, by Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch (Q)
  • Brown didn't have to wait long before lacing up his skates again.
  • The little boy began silently to put on and lace up his shoes. Cited from The Brimming Cup, by Dorothy Canfield Fisher
  • Going out I saw the Italian lacing up his high-lows against a step. Cited from Wild Wales by George Borrow
  • She has a reticule and her dress is laced up under the arms.
  • He would not allow him to do anything for himself, nor try to -- not even lace up his boot. Cited from While the Billy Boils, by Henry Lawson
  • It was awkward for him, having only one hand available to lace up his boots. Cited from Desert Gold, by Zane Grey
  • She put on her rubber-boots, because it took so long to lace up her boots. Cited from Gypsy Breynton, by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps
  • They come in both lace up and slip-on, thought the slip-on version is very rare.
  • You should see me lacing up my mistress. Cited from Redemption and Two Other Plays, by Leo Tolstoy
  • They were laced up the center of the foot and onto the top of the ankle.
  • The waistband is also held together at the front with a lace-up tie.
  • There is also a small changing room for families to lace up skates and put on hockey equipment.
  • In British English these would be high-top plimsolls again either in lace up or slip-on.
  • Her hands were perfectly formed, and so doubtless were her feet, although these last were hidden by heavy laced-up boots. Cited from Red Money, by Fergus Hume
  • The song's music video begins with a man in a locker room, lacing up his boots.
  • In normal UK commercial standard dress diving activities, the dress often did not have the lace up option.
  • Black boys' lace-up school shoes are also worn.
  • "Didn't it hurt?" asked Martin, beginning to lace up her shoes for her. Cited from Martin Pippin in the Apple Orchard/Eleanor Farjeon
  • Each day he called she was neatly dressed and wore her shoes laced up to the very top hook. Cited from Main-Travelled Roads, by Hamlin Garland
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