shoe leather

NOUN
  1. leather used to make shoes
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How To Use shoe leather In A Sentence

  • For the first few months, it was shoe leather work. Times, Sunday Times
  • ‘Leather for bookbinding isn't like shoe leather,’ he said.
  • But always parboil the liver first by dropping it into boiling water for a moment to seal in the juices and insure it remains tender, rather than turning into something resembling shoe leather. The Plea: Remember the Liver
  • For all the shoe leather, Zaidi was bundled out of the press conference by Iraqi security officers and thrown into jail, where he says he was beaten and tortured with electricity.
  • He heard only forks against plates and shoe leather against bare floors, as if the Grill were observing a wake.
  • For the first few months, it was shoe leather work. Times, Sunday Times
  • Occasionally someone would get hit in the foot or leg, but school shoe leather was tough and the last thing you'd do was report any mishaps.
  • Advocating that candidates basically get out and wear down shoe leather on the high roads and byroads over the next three-and-a-half months, he claimed the organisation is a part of every community in the country.
  • Despite spending hours patrolling the city with a sandwich board, he has spent decidedly less time wearing out his shoe leather looking for work. The Sun
  • But novelty packaging couldn't disguise the fact that children and their minders were being asked to forgo the ease and speed of wheeled transport in favour of shoe leather.
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