Definitions

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  • adjective (of shoes or boots) having relatively high uppers

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Many Key West natives assert that tradition dictates a high-topped meringue, made with egg whites and sugar.

    Real-Deal Key Lime Pie

  • For the cost of a pair of Nike Airs (and various other supplies), you can be the envy of anyone who ever owned, pined for or saw high-topped shoes.

    Homemade Power Laces Are A Blast From The Past (VIDEO)

  • He wore the typical western costume of blue woolen shirt, denim pants, floppy hat, and high-topped boots, accessorized with a scruffy red beard hanging halfway down his chest and a big navy revolver stuffed into his belt.

    LIGHTING OUT FOR THE TERRITORY

  • I follow his gaze and see Tyler standing in the corner, huddled around a high-topped table with a bunch of his friends.

    One Night That Changes Everything

  • I follow his gaze and see Tyler standing in the corner, huddled around a high-topped table with a bunch of his friends.

    One Night That Changes Everything

  • I follow his gaze and see Tyler standing in the corner, huddled around a high-topped table with a bunch of his friends.

    One Night That Changes Everything

  • He wore the typical western costume of blue woolen shirt, denim pants, floppy hat, and high-topped boots, accessorized with a scruffy red beard hanging halfway down his chest and a big navy revolver stuffed into his belt.

    LIGHTING OUT FOR THE TERRITORY

  • I follow his gaze and see Tyler standing in the corner, huddled around a high-topped table with a bunch of his friends.

    One Night That Changes Everything

  • A postwar statue of Stuart, showing his familiar uniform, with high-topped boots, sword, revolver, and plumed hat.

    Cavalryman of the Lost Cause

  • He wears a handsome doublet, broad breeches, and high-topped seven-league boots.

    Champlain's Dream

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