- n. Plural form of sandal.
“Luckily, he had the sandals from the commercial collection backstage.”
“The tall guys in sandals and socks wandering around Barcelona with cameras around their necks, looking lost?”
“Funny, but since then I have never mowed the lawn in sandals again ...”
“I always used to mow the lawn in sandals ... even though at the time I managed a landscaping company.”
“That was annoying for me becuase I was most comfortable in sandals; standing up all day in "nicer" shoes was a pain.”
“Decked out in sandals, a robe, fake beard and thorns, the 13-year-old joined 500 other students at his school's Halloween celebration, and on this day, he was the chosen one - to go home.”
“Wearing socks with sandals is actually quite European. mq Says:”
“Writing about conflicts between ranchers and environmentalists, he says, "There remain bars where to wear a pair of sandals is to invite a beating.”
“I want to hit the women who walk into the office in sandals with the P.”
“That said, I did enjoy the Daily Telegraph's suggestion that, when the time for the Lib Dem leader to stand down comes, it will be "the men in sandals" who go to see him.”
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