Clapping his sandaled foot upon the spear blade, he seized the Mambava by his plume of egrets.
The stealthy tap-tapping of feet, sandaled feet, from every direction.
Then, shuffling their sandaled feet, the six went out through a door at the side.
His sandaled feet and ankles, bandaged as if for journeying, appeared beneath the covering.
Over his shoulder he carried a long staff, with the fashion of a little cross at one end; and he had sandaled feet like any monk.
We cross streets on stepping-stones which sandaled feet ages ago polished.
Just then a sandaled footstep sounded without, in the stone corridor, and a light tap fell upon Brother Emmanuel's door.
Her sandaled feet lightly disturbed the rubbish on the floor; dust rose.
They were very similar in appearance, clad alike in long black robes beneath which their sandaled feet were just visible.
Girt in his garb of fur, belted and sandaled, well over six feet tall and broad of shoulder, the man was magnificent.
type of shoe, late 14c., from Old French sandale, from Latin sandalium "a slipper, sandal," from Greek sandalion, diminutive of sandalon "sandal," of unknown origin, perhaps from Persian. Related: Sandals.