walking shoe

NOUN
  1. a light comfortable shoe designed for vigorous walking
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How To Use walking shoe In A Sentence

  • The ‘official uniform’ consisted of a blue skirt and walking bloomers, a white blouse, a hat, walking shoes, a mackintosh, and a sweater.
  • As far as your feet go, some stout old-fashioned walking shoes or boots with gaiters look best and give you the most support.
  • The ‘official uniform’ consisted of a blue skirt and walking bloomers, a white blouse, a hat, walking shoes, a mackintosh, and a sweater.
  • You felt like a child or baby walking shoeless through the skin-like membrane.
  • In the rest of the world, all walkers need are a pair of good walking shoes, comfortable clothes and sufficient incentive.
  • A warm, rainproof jacket and sturdy, comfortable walking shoes are a must.
  • Fabric spats, or spatterdashes, were worn over walking shoes around the turn of the 20th century.
  • Given this culture, the delight of abandoning long skirts and dresses, corsets and tight waists, and high button shoes for the bloomers, middy blouses, and comfortable walking shoes of camp was a welcomed liberty.
  • And plan your next trip out this way - bring a picnic, camera, golf clubs, togs, walking shoes - and in winter, a raincoat just in case!
  • Add to Rolly's list: good sensible walking shoes, wide brim hat for the sun, loperimide (sp?) and Pepto-bismol for the likely encounter with "turista", and good 30 SPF sunblock (expensive down here). Length of Stay
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