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Definition of "lace-ups" []

  • To tighten or fasten (clothes or footwear) with laces (verb)
  • (of footwear) to be fastened with laces (adjective)
  • A lace-up shoe or boot (noun)

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Use "lace-ups" in a sentence
  • "Acne's buttery chocolate leather High Desert Boots are detailed with blue heel strips and orange trim, while Cole Haan has its Air Colton lace-ups, in both suede and gray leather, with a high ankle and lace options."
  • "But accessorize them with, say, a Paul Smith necktie or pocket square, along with custom oxford lace-ups or a distinct leather belt."
  • "His own personal shoe wardrobe is full of matador slippers like the turquoise ones he's wearing on this day, more formal Beau Brummel-inspired lace-ups and, yes, saddle shoes."
  • "An electric blue Birkin meets Jeffrey Campbell lace-ups."
  • "Do you own shoes beyond ratty tennis shoes or ugly, old black lace-ups that need shining?"