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- adj. Alternative spelling of sandalled.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Wearing sandals.
- adj. Made like a sandal.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Wearing sandals.
- Fastened with a sandal. See sandal, 3.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. shod with sandals
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Their feet are sandaled; their stomachs are either very thin or very round.
Another shows a half-naked sandaled warrior marching over ancient sands.
It was a life assembled from nothing remarkable, that was no more extraordinary than puddles splashing under sandaled feet or a forgiving breeze wending along the backs of sweaty knees, but it had been mine entirely and even now—diminished though I had become, squeezed though I was into the handful of minutes that framed each work day—I still had sun.
He touched his sandaled feet to the marble floor, landing with ease and precision, despite his passengers.
Lucien landed first, stumbling a little as his sandaled feet hit the marble, but recovering quickly.
My sandaled heel tapped fast on the polished marble.
We're just thankful, David Leger said later as he slogged across the drenched carpet of their ruined home, water pooling around his sandaled feet.
As for the footwear, well, I'm I'm going to tread the jeweled thrones of the Earth, it sure as hell will be under my sandaled feet!
What I love about this costume is that he clearly put some thought towards the original Howard stories, with him square-cut black mane and his sandaled feet.
As Derek bent down to pick up the eraser, Minix slapped his sandaled foot on top of it.