Definition of shoepack in English:

shoepack

Line breaks: shoe|pack
Pronunciation: /ˈʃuːpak
 
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noun

North American
An oiled leather boot, typically having a rubber sole.
More example sentences
  • They didn't have the clothes like we have now-a-days; like thermal shoepacks and snowsuits and stuff.
  • For warmth and comfort, the pioneers stuffed their moccasins or shoepacks with deer hair or dry leaves.
  • The shoepacks kept water out, but they also did not allow any air in to permit our sweaty feet to dry.

Origin

mid 18th century: from Delaware (Unami) sippack 'shoes', from čípahkpo 'moccasins', later assimilated to shoe and pack1.

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