Like ghosts, the sandalled monks glided about the echoing corridors; deaf mutes speaking by signs.
His sandalled feet shuffled on the carpet, and he prepared to take snuff.
The gray capote could not conceal a pompous swell of the stomach and the strut of his sandalled feet.
An old French priest with sandalled feet and a dirty face had arrived.
As she stood considering him he stooped and, lifting his basket, stepped with his sandalled feet into the stream.
Occasionally these frocked and sandalled ruffians met with deserved retribution at the hands of those whose homes they desolated.
Then he sank to one knee, bowing his head until his brow touched the floor beneath her sandalled feet.
Soon the camp was hushed in sleep, save for the crisp, low sound of a sandalled foot plodding up and down upon the sand.
We could see a figure steal from patch to patch of moonlight, and even hear the soft fall of sandalled feet.
But they were game, and in spite of their tight kimonos and sandalled feet they made a brave effort to follow.
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.