Definition of Shoelace

1. Noun. A lace used for fastening shoes.

Exact synonyms: Shoe Lace, Shoe String, Shoestring
Terms within: Aglet, Aiglet
Generic synonyms: Lace, Lacing
Group relationships: Shoe



Definition of Shoelace

1. Noun. A lace used for fastening a shoe. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Shoelace

1. a lace for fastening a shoe [n -S]

Shoelace Pictures

Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Shoelace Images

Lexicographical Neighbors of Shoelace

shoegazer
shoegazers
shoegazes
shoegazey
shoegazing
shoegear
shoehorn
shoehorned
shoehorning
shoehorns
shoeicide bomber
shoeicide bombers
shoeing
shoeing-horn
shoeings
shoelace (current term)
shoelace tie
shoelace ties
shoelaces
shoelacing
shoeless
shoelessly
shoelessness
shoelifts
shoelike
shoemaker
shoemaker's last
shoemakers
shoemaking
shoepac

Literary usage of Shoelace

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Native Americans by Jill Norris (1996)
"Tie the leather shoelace around the notch. (The notch will help to hold the shoelace in place.) 6. Tie beads, stones, and feathers to the shoelace. ..."

2. Theme-building by Charles Henshaw Ward (1920)
"Breakfast was just over; the sun was summoning us, imperious as a herald with clamor of trumpet; I ran upstairs to her with a broken shoelace in my hand, ..."

3. Holidays & Celebrations: How to Make Books W/Children by Joy Evans, Jill Norris (1997)
"Punch two holes and bind the stories together with a shoelace. Glue a copy of the small wooden shoe pattern on the cover for each student who contributes a ..."

4. Science Activities by Various, Jo Ellen Moore, Joy Evans, Dora Ficklin, Sarita Chávez Silverman, Liz Wolfe (2002)
"Use the yarn or shoelace to tie the book together. 5. Share the book with the class, then place it in the class library or reading center ..."

5. Science & Math by Joy Evans (1995)
"5. Collect the class questions and answers and bind them together. Punch five holes in the left margin. Wind the shoelace (as shown) through the holes. page ..."

6. Literature & Writing Connections by Jill Norris, Joy Evans (1997)
"Create a cover from construction paper. Let students cut paper "swiss cheese" pieces for the cover. Punch holes through all layers. Insert a shoelace. ..."

Other Resources Relating to: Shoelace

Search for Shoelace on Dictionary.com!Search for Shoelace on Thesaurus.com!Search for Shoelace on Google!Search for Shoelace on Wikipedia!

Search