- adj. shaped like a boot
“But even when I finally did get around to visiting the boot-shaped peninsula after all this time on a recent trip over Christmas, it wasn't until I drove along the Amalfi Coast that I realized what I had been missing.”
“Michael Tusk, chef and co-owner of San Francisco restaurant Quince, and its new, Italian-inflected neighbor Cotogna, lives to sample imports from the boot-shaped nation.”
“What if the boot-and-pole contraption didn't need to wait for signals from a faraway human astronaut at all, but could be programmed to autonomously tap the surface on approach, make and photograph a nice boot-shaped mark, and perhaps even scoop up a sample or two of asteroid dust to send back to Earth in a small capsule?”
“It could even collect a sample while making a boot-shaped impression.”
“To Lucy's creator, Italy wasn't a boot-shaped landmass so much as a "glorious limb sliding southward between warming seas," as Forster scribbled in his diary.”
“Bent, mangled bikes were strewn about the scene, and the sheet-draped corpses dotted the two-lane road near Lamezia Terme, in the Calabrian "toe" of boot-shaped Italy where the accident occurred.”
“A speeding car plowed head-on into a group of cyclists near Lamezia Terme, in the Calabrian " toe " of boot-shaped Italy, killing eight of them.”
“Some ten years ago, the iconic blue team from the boot-shaped country helped make Castelli famous with their stylish azure outfits.”
“I trace the familiar boot-shaped peninsula on the screen with my finger and examine the tiny yellow lines and street names: Shore Road, East Way, West Way.”
“Viete is on Italy ' s eastern Adriatic coast in the southern Puglia region, which makes up the " heel " of boot-shaped Italy.”
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