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- n. A kind of sports shoe that extends significantly over the wearer's ankle.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A ship's masthead.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The masthead of a ship.
- n. A kind of sweet apple.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (of shoes or boots) having relatively high uppers
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In the late 1980s, Michael Berrin of Far Rockaway, Queens, grabbed the mic and the stage name MC Serch, styled his kinky hair into a “high-top fade,” busted MC Hammer–type dance moves, and became one of the leading rappers of his time.
They may be regular newspaper readers, but chances are they high-top it from one newspaper to another, which is one of the gloriously liberating things about online.
I was bending over to get my L.L. Bean high-top hunting shoes — which I use to track wayward clients through snowy forests primeval — when a shiny metallic object caught my eye.
The Los Angeles-based footwear brand Creative Recreation makes a shoe that, with a little unzipping and unlacing, goes from high-top to low-top.
He pulls her up on stage and sits her down in a high-top stool so he can sing "One Less Lonely Girl" to her, and the girl is shakin' in her flip-flops.
He pulls her up on stage and sits her down in a high-top stool so he can sing to her, One Less Lonely Girl, and the girl is shakin' in her flip-flops.
He is dressed, I notice, in the kind of outfit I've seen older boys wear, collared shirt tucked into board shorts, high-top trainers with wide, thick soles.
Boldly go where no one else has gone (fashion-wise) with the limited-edition Star Trek-inspired high-top Airwalk sneaker.
If you have an ankle problem, wearing a high-top alone is not going to resolve the problem.
Aunt Maddie is wearing dirty pink high-top sneakers and chewing pink bubble gum.