American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A trademark used for a sandal with a molded cork insole.
“And some companies, such as Birkenstock and Splaff, have environmentalism embedded into their mission statements.”
“At the same time, old standbys in the comfort-shoe industry, such as Birkenstock, Rockport and Ecco of”
“Romney, the-frontrunner-who-no-one-really-wants, has several major obstacles to overcome: he's a Mormon, he's not liked and he's flip-flopped so much that Birkenstock should name a sandal after him.”
“He's flip-flopped so many times that Birkenstock should name a sandal after him.”
“Instead, she can come here for nontraditional gowns, rings, bridesmaid and flower girl dresses, and accessories from designers including Daryl K, Anna Sheffield and Birkenstock.”
“We were young, energetic, and held an undying faith that our world was unnaturally occurring; wearing Birkenstock and eating jerky we found our tribe.”
“Out at the end of the Portland lines – Gresham, Hillsboro, Clackamas (well, in September anyway) – the Birkenstock and granola quotient is probably comparable to other American suburbs.”
“Not long ago, talk of powering economic growth with less fossil fuel came mostly from Madison Avenue and the Birkenstock crowd.”
“He wears Hawaiian-patterned shirts and Birkenstock sandals.”
“Faux rustics in Tilley hats and women clutching PBS tote-bags who seem to have been weaned in Birkenstock booties will interrogate me about the radiant flora, and I will be completely at sea.”
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With bows of great respect to Connie Willis, author of "Bellwether" and other wonderful books.
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