Definition of Shoepacks

1. Noun. (plural of shoepack) ¹



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Definition of Shoepacks

1. shoepack [n] - See also: shoepack

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shoepacks

shoelace tie
shoelace ties
shoelaces
shoelacing
shoeless
shoelessly
shoelessness
shoelifts
shoelike
shoemaker
shoemaker's last
shoemakers
shoemaking
shoepac
shoepack
shoepacks (current term)
shoepacs
shoepeg
shoepeg corn
shoepegs
shoeprint
shoeprints
shoer
shoers
shoes
shoeshine
shoeshine boy
shoeshine boys
shoeshiner
shoeshiners

Literary usage of Shoepacks

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1. The Moose Book: Facts and Stories from Northern Forests by Samuel Merrill (1920)
"The lumberman's "shoepacks" are favored by many for still-hunting, ... When worn smooth on the bottoms these boots in wet snow are as slippery as shoepacks. ..."

2. Sessional Papers by Canada Parliament (1890)
"... remarkable progress therein, doing a considerable amount of work ; three ont of four of these pupils are able to make each a pair of shoepacks a day. ..."

3. Sessional Papers by Ontario Legislative Assembly (1919)
"... 9 doz. at 2.25; cocoa matting, 19 5-6 yds. at 75c.; stair plaits, 2Ve doz. at 50c. ; window shades, 1 at 1.45, 2 at 4.25; shoepacks, 392 at 6.75, ..."

4. The Best Short Stories of ... and the Yearbook of the American Short Story edited by Edward Joseph Harrington O'Brien (1918)
"... padding there with his yellow shoepacks bringing another drink. But still there was no word of Pal ..."

5. Household Manufactures in the United States, 1640-1860: A Study in by Rolla Milton Tryon (1917)
"From him we also learn that practically every family had its tailors and its shoemakers and that both shoes and shoepacks were made, the latter by those who ..."

6. Pioneer Women of the West by Elizabeth Fries Ellet (1856)
"... and an assemblage of horses, without a blacksmith or saddler within an equal distance; the gentlemen dressed in shoepacks, moccasins, leather breeches, ..."

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