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  • n. Alternative form of high-top.


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  • Boog grabbed his hightop chair by the back and hurled it curveball style at the other two.

    Morning Joe

  • Townshend's suede lace-up hightop shoes were called Desert Boots.

    In the Studio #35

  • I saved up and did one white and one black hightop Chuck.

    Pop Quiz: Julie Andrews Edition*

  • Another man took the other side, and the third seized the ankles just above the hightop shoes.

    The Houseguest

  • Too often I am straddling my stool, learning forward to tie a hard-soled hightop on a toddler, and the kid kicks me in the head.

    If I Am Missing or Dead

  • Leisure suit would be funny — but can you imagine dingy sweatpants, hightop sneakers, and aviator sunglasses?

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  • Did that basketball god who trampled my heart with his hightop get all bald and portly?

    blog: Facebook, I can't quit you

  • They were total early-eighties throwback fake-hightop-sneaker skates but they could be laced tightly and their wobble was completely manageable.

    July 2006

  • On the opposite page, however, we see death standing over Colin while wearing rainbow-colored hightop platform shoes with pink sides and lime-green shoelaces.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • I was singing and chatting with one of my other friends when out of nowhere he grabbed a giant hightop sneaker out of mid-air that was hurtling straight for my head.

    angieyu Diary Entry


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