Idioms about sock
Origin of sock1
OTHER WORDS FROM socksockless, adjectivesock·less·ness, noun
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Origin of sock2
How to use sock in a sentence
Melchior is the forerunner of the aunt who always gave me socks.
I got a chance to see this man in his office and present him with these socks.
Nagrani started out selling socks with designs ranging from a shirt on Magnum, P.I. to Winston Churchill.
He derived enormous satisfaction from some customers choosing to base the rest of their wardrobe around his socks.
I took all these conservative socks and a handful of wild ones.
"Gie's my socks," he ordered grumpily, flinging Robert's socks into the far corner of the kitchen.The Underworld|James C. Welsh
He rose, shaking himself together, and his glance fell on the three suspended socks bulging grotesquely.
Still, if the weather gets colder, I can put on a second pair of socks under them.
Reminds me of the time when we painted socks on Quinnys legs so that he could go out and call on a countess.
I forgot to say that yesterday my Mother sent me from Oakfield two pairs of thick strong socks and some Canadian chocolate.