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Blakey

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Pronunciation: /ˈbleɪki
 
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Definition of Blakey in English:

noun (plural Blakeys)

British
A protective metal plate fitted to the sole of a shoe or boot.

Origin

late 19th century: named after the manufacturers, E. Blakey and Sons, of Leeds.

Words that rhyme with Blakey

achy, flaky, quaky, shaky, snaky, wakey-wakey

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