chaussure

[ shoh-syr ]
/ ʃoʊˈsür /

noun, plural chaus·sures [shoh-syr]. /ʃoʊˈsür/. French.

any foot covering, as a shoe or boot; footwear.

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Example sentences from the Web for chaussure

  • My chaussure was sadly against me—thin-soled boots, which doubled under me.

  • None walk gracefully, not even those that have exchanged the sock and clumsy slippers, usually worn, for French chaussure.

    Three Months Abroad|Anna Vivanti
  • The latter was carpeted with a mat of sea-grass, and my chaussure was light, so that my tread was as silent as that of a girl.

    The Quadroon|Mayne Reid
  • But for the style of the chaussure, I might have fancied that the tracks were those of some one who had strayed from the caravan.