verb (used with object), san·daled, san·dal·ing or (especially British) san·dalled, san·dal·ling.
Origin of sandal1
Examples from the Web for sandalled
Historical Examples of sandalled
His sandalled feet shuffled on the carpet, and he prepared to take snuff.The Eternal City
With his sandalled foot the friar caught the fool a surreptitious kick.Love-at-Arms
Her sandalled foot, all rosy in the glow, felt the warmth of the embers.The Rescue
An old French priest with sandalled feet and a dirty face had arrived.The Grandissimes
George Washington Cable
Occasionally these frocked and sandalled ruffians met with deserved retribution at the hands of those whose homes they desolated.The Vaudois of Piedmont
John Napper Worsfold
Word Origin for sandal
type of shoe, late 14c., from Old French sandale, from Latin sandalium "a slipper, sandal," from Greek sandalion, diminutive of sandalon "sandal," of unknown origin, perhaps from Persian. Related: Sandals.