- bootlace fungus,
- bootlace worm,
- bootleg play
Origin of bootlace
Examples from the Web for bootlace
If you are exceptionally late in the morning; your bootlace always snaps, you say.
The modern French form cordonnier is due to association with cordon, a thong, bootlace, etc.The Romance of Words (4th ed.)|Ernest Weekley
Mildred abandoned the neat "tennis knot" in which she was tying her bootlace, and sprang up in defence of her character.The Girls of St. Cyprian's|Angela Brazil
Jonah had tied a bit of his bootlace on the hedge just under the spot, and could find it again within a foot.
He trudged up and down the lane, sharply scrutinising the hedge for his bootlace.