American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The inner sole of a shoe or boot.
- n. An extra strip of material put inside a shoe for comfort or protection. Also called innersole.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The inner sole of a boot or shoe: opposed to out-sole. See cut under boot.—. A thickness of some warm or water-proof material laid inside a shoe.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The inside sole of a boot or shoe; also, a loose, thin strip of leather, felt, etc., placed inside the shoe for warmth or ease.
- n. the inner sole of a shoe or boot where the foot rests
“However, the insole is a really soft terry cloth material that feels a lot nicer on the feet than the usual faux leather.”
“A gel or padded insole can fix the problem by keeping foot in place.”
“The 7 left her orthopedic insole behind, inexplicably.”
“Each pair comes with a disposable insole to take the ick out of re-using shoes.”
“Uphill I use the duck walk, insole spikes embedded.”
“When the accelerometers detect an unsteady gait that may lead to a fall, it alerts the patient to sit down and the insole calls for medical personnel.”
“The result is an insole that contains accelerometers and a radio that connects to the AT&T network.”
“Placing a soft insole in a cleat or shoe will soften the impact load on the heel.”
“Applying a thin soft insole in the shoes will help eliminate friction and burning in the ball of the foot.”
“Also by placing a soft insole in your shoes it will add extra cushion and make walking or standing more comfortable.”
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