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Alternative clues for the word hobnailed

Word definitions for hobnailed in dictionaries

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
adjective EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS ▪ Firm it with a duck-like waddling movement of your hobnailed boots. ▪ Not unless the climber had been wearing hobnailed boots. ▪ The larder's all bare except for some hobnailed cheese and suicide biscuits.

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Hobnailed \Hob"nailed`\, a. See with hobnails, as a shoe.

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
a. Having hobnails.

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
adj. marked by the wearing of heavy boots studded with hobnails; "hobnailed laborers"

Usage examples of hobnailed.

There was no doubt what he was from the hobnailed boots, but he was using his spear, the only piece of equipment he carried, as a walking stick the way Cashel did his quarterstaff.

Loisl, and cut slices with his hunting knife from a large white radish and ate them with black bread, shining good-humor from the tip of the black-cock feather on his old green felt hat to his bare, bronzed knees and his hobnailed shoes.

A caped coat, fastened to the throat, hung over the short kilt skirt, and rough gaiters buttoned down over a wonderful little pair of hobnailed boots.

Their hobnailed boots crashed on the planking and the dangling metal fittings of their armor jingled together.

Garric remembered kicking and being surprised when his bare heel instead of a hobnailed bootsole crunched hard against jelly-coated bone.

In the one the are plenty of impressions of his big hobnailed bootsin the other, none!

He was a swaggerer who thought himself a handsome fellow despite a scarred cheek and the two toes missing from the left foot visible through his hobnailed sandals.

In deference to the sleep of those they protected, the Blood Eagles on interior guard wore soft-soled sandals rather than hobnailed boots.

A Blood Eagle judged his placement, then stamped his hobnailed heel on the knife.

I bring you home to keep you from freezing your goobers off, and I get Hobnailed for my trouble.

He had changed his uniform for a goatskin, wore hobnailed shoes, a belt full of pistols, and carried a heavy carbine.

Atretes followed Hadassah into the room the guard had opened, he listened to the sound of the hobnailed sandals on stone and clenched his fist.

Half a dozen women sat at a plain deal table in the centre of the room, some dressed in black overalls and hobnailed boots, some in bombazine dresses and woollen shawls, a few in clothes they appeared to have stitched for themselves.

Blanco ignored him while he did not shirk but was quick with a fist or hobnailed boot for any who fell behind.

Their hobnailed boots clattered against the flinty stones of the roadway.