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  • n. A bag designed to hold shoes.


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shoe +‎ bag


  • Brian Hookey, who had smiled and clapped her on the shoulder like a compadre when she had come in with her da's shoebag hanging on her hip.

    Wizard and Glass

  • She didn't care much for the look of the iron the mare was wearing-that was Seafront for you-and so she took her father's shoebag from its nail beside the sta-ble door, slung the strap over her head and shoulder so the bag hung on her hip, and walked the two miles to Hockey's Stable and Fancy Livery.

    Wizard and Glass

  • Half an hour later, as she took the new iron from her da's shoebag, she found out.

    Wizard and Glass

  • Eliot's maid seemed to be growing up at last, but they did not see her when, arrived at the stile she would have passed severely by had she been going home, she flung her shoebag over it and, boldly tilting up the cumbrous hoops, scrambled over it herself, with a flashing display of frilled cambric trousers and white legs terminating in kid boots.

    Secret Bread

  • End up carrying notes + shoebag on both hand, + my own sports gear.


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