[ UK /bˈuːtle‍ɪs/ ]
  1. a long lace for fastening boots
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How To Use bootlace In A Sentence

  • He was born with the will to win, and any player who doesn't share that passion might as well not bother tying his bootlaces.
  • She bent to make sure her tall orange bootlaces were tied.
  • They're pretty, I suppose, but have all the allure for me of a diamond-encrusted casserole dish, or gold-and-ruby bootlaces.
  • To some he was solid, reliable, well-intentioned and a rugby man to the tips of his bootlaces.
  • A practical man, he tied a bootlace tightly around the bite, injected the wound with antivenom and drove to hospital. Times, Sunday Times
  • His lack of composure was obvious just a couple of minutes before half-time when he surged to the edge of the penalty area and, with two men in support, succeeded only in tangling himself in Craig Moore's bootlaces.
  • The tagliatelle had been sitting under a hot lamp for so long that it looked like a mound of bleached bootlaces, only crispier.
  • I was thundering down the stairs, somehow managing not to trip on my untied bootlaces, when Joe intercepted me at the bottom.
  • He had sorted the boxes of patent medicines and stacked them in one corner away from the cartons of collar studs and bootlaces.
  • The Mark Hateley of suit and silk tie is a polar opposite to the Mark Hateley of shorts and bootlaces.
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