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bootlace

Syllabification: boot·lace
Pronunciation: /ˈbo͞otˌlās
 
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Definition of bootlace in English:

noun

A cord or leather strip for lacing boots.
Example sentences
  • One of the most tedious jobs I ever did at The Board was to look after the narrow fabrics industry: ribbons, bootlaces, elastics etc - not the most exhilarating of fields to work in.
  • She bent to make sure her tall orange bootlaces were tied.
  • He reaches down and starts untying her other bootlace and gently pulling her boots and socks off, massaging her feet and ankles as he does.

Words that rhyme with bootlace

shoelacesomeplace

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