[ shoh-syr ]
/ ʃoʊˈsür /

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

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

Nearby words

  1. chauncey,
  2. chaunt,
  3. chausses,
  4. chaussier's areola,
  5. chausson,
  6. chautauqua,
  7. chautauqua lake,
  8. chautemps,
  9. chautemps, camille,
  10. chauvinism Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples 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.