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saddle shoe

Syllabification: sad·dle shoe

Definition of saddle shoe in English:

noun

A white oxford shoe with a piece of leather in a contrasting color (typically black or brown) stitched across the instep.
Example sentences
  • Maria had a black and white saddle shoe on one foot and a faded skate boarding shoe on the other.
  • For the rest of the practice session I only simulated the jumps by rising from a squat in a bizarrely constrained way, swiveling one saddle shoe in a frog-ish kick.
  • The shirt was okay and I put on a pair of black and white saddle shoes.

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