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Examples

  • My mother was now wearing a green elf outfit, complete with curly-toed shoes.

    Babies

  • Luckily, all this research into olden times is helping Scarlett Johansson in other ways – for instance, the first product out from the Scarlett Johansson Reebok line is going to be a pair of ergonomic curly-toed poulaines with air-cushioned soles.

    Scarlett Johannson Officially Not Sex-Crazed Nutjob

  • To make it even worse, Santa wanted me to call him "Big Bob," and he seemed to have a fetish for girls wearing green tights, curly-toed shoes, and red-felt hats.

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

  • Peeves didn't look up until Professor Lupin was two feet away; then he wiggled his curly-toed feet and broke into song.

    Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

  • "Well, I did wonder how you managed those flimsy trousers and curly-toed shoes," Felicia agreed lightly, earning an approving grin from Zahra.

    Falcon's Prey

  • Mickey kicked his curly-toed shoes again and moved to find a seat on the enormous mushroom.

    The Woods Out Back

  • Mickey kicked a curly-toed shoe against a mushroom stalk and his voice held an unmistakable edge of sarcasm as he completed the thought.

    The Woods Out Back

  • Mickey hopped up into the air and kicked his curly-toed shoes together.

    The Woods Out Back

  • Its overcoat was gray, like its sparkling, mischievous eyes, and its breeches green, with shiny black, curly-toed shoes.

    The Woods Out Back

  • Mickey stood alone for a few moments, kicking at a rock with one curly-toed shoe.

    The Woods Out Back

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