bootlace

[ boot-leys ]
/ ˈbutˌleɪs /

noun

a long, strong lace used to fasten a boot.
British. a shoelace.

Origin of bootlace

First recorded in 1930–35; boot1 + lace
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bootlace

/ (ˈbuːtˌleɪs) /

noun

a strong lace for fastening a boot
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