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wafflestompers

[ wof-uhl-stom-perz ]
/ ˈwɒf əlˌstɒm pərz /
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plural noun
ankle boots with ridged soles, used especially for hiking.
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Origin of wafflestompers

1970–75, Americanism;waffle1 + stomper + -s3

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