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gladiator sandal Line breaks: gladi|ator san¦dal

Definition of gladiator sandal in English:

noun

An open-toed T-bar sandal with multiple straps running across the foot in a style designed to resemble that of the footwear of ancient Roman gladiators.
Example sentences
  • Cardigans, wispy slip dresses, flared jeans and dainty shoes have been dispensed with in favour of boxy biker jackets, mean-looking suits, skinny drainpipes and gladiator sandals with killer heels.
  • Follow the trend lead of all the pretty young things in SoHo - a curvy knee-length LBD and a fab pair of flipflops, or even some laced gladiator sandals.
  • Flats and gladiator sandals are fine, but plastic?

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