A reinforced covering of leather or metal for the toe of a shoe or boot.(noun)
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Use "toecap" in a sentence
"The steel toecap will help put in doors and save you when you get your feet run over by a milk float (true story)."
"Wingtips have an inverted "W" as the toecap, like with the Paul Smith "Stanley"."
"I may just have a bet on Milliband, Marxist toecap buffer, lives in an agreeable flat, no skeletons in his closet, Ttony likes him, Im reaching for my credit card right now."