[ shoh-syr ]

noun,plural chaus·sures [shoh-syr]. /ʃoʊˈsür/. French.
  1. any foot covering, as a shoe or boot; footwear.

Words Nearby chaussure Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use chaussure in a sentence

  • This is the true Parisian manner—this is the prettiest little foot in the room, and the prettiest little chaussure, too.

    A History of Pendennis, Volume 1 | William Makepeace Thackeray
  • The ordinary chaussure is red boots with very high heels and generally much too short.

  • Nevertheless, neither Bombastes nor Dalgetty could have clung more obstinately to this favorite chaussure than did I to mine.

    Border and Bastille | George A. Lawrence
  • My chaussure was sadly against me—thin-soled boots, which doubled under me.

  • I identified them at a glance; and saw, moreover, that the feet of both the fugitives were encased in the same cheap chaussure.

    The Wild Huntress | Mayne Reid