[ UK /fˈʊtɡi‍ə/ ]
  1. covering for a person's feet
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How To Use footgear In A Sentence

  • This is footgear for expedition kayakers who need to scramble over rough country.
  • Children who have been naughty awake to find their footgear filled with coal instead.
  • His move into fine art was marked by an exhibition of drawings of imaginary footgear.
  • For the span of a half an hour, I had toiled at my footgear with the cotton of a wet sleeve on a tunic, as the others were cooking the meal.
  • His favourite footgear for mountain walking was gymshoes.
  • It has been my no transfer fee bewitchingly monocot component footgear booking acceptant that one to get marlite and nevus landholding in merida. Rational Review
  • The Canary Islands' production of tobacco and bananas is important, as is that of esparto grass on the eastern meseta for the manufacture of traditional footgear and other items.
  • Practically the only extra items of wearing apparel which were carried were a few pairs of Eskimo sealskin _kamiks_ (boots), for it can readily be imagined that several hundred miles of such walking and stumbling over snow and ice would be rather hard on any kind of footgear which could be made. The North Pole Its Discovery in 1909 under the auspices of the Peary Arctic Club
  • Clothing was produced, plain grey tunic and trousers, and Erik was allowed to reclaim his boots, as the others with footgear were. SHADOW OF A DARK QUEEN: BOOK ONE OF THE SERPENTWAR SAGA
  • A thousand meals cluttered the Cuartel, already mildewed and being eaten by cockroaches and stray cats; woven cloth and manufactured footgear sufficient for ten thousand poor were destined for the flames. Mexico's Army and Ours
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