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lace-up

Syllabification: lace-up

Definition of lace-up in English:

adjective

(Of a shoe or garment) fastened with laces: flat lace-up shoes
More example sentences
  • He patted his chest where the medallion was hidden beneath his white lace-up shirt.
  • I have a great pair of brown lace-up shoes, but I just don't know what to wear them with.
  • That said, slip into style with this pair of brown leather lace-up shoes from Camper.

noun

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A shoe or boot that is fastened with laces: brown leather lace-ups
More example sentences
  • Barney's are charging $640 for these platform lace-ups by Fendi.

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