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  • n. Plural form of shoepac.


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  • The carpet under Nik's worn shoepacs was springy, a dark red in color.

    Night of masks

  • The best footwear for a boy who lives in the country will be Indian moccasins or shoepacs worn with several pairs of lumbermen's woollen stockings.

    Outdoor Sports and Games

  • His income had never warranted him in purchasing a pair of socks, so now, upon the removal of his shoepacs, his toes were fully at liberty to squirm and wriggle in the most soul-satisfying manner.

    Scattergood Baines

  • Scattergood's specially reinforced chair creaked as he strained forward to pick up his shoepacs and draw them on.

    Scattergood Baines

  • He brought to light heavy moose-hide moccasins with high linen tops for the snow; lighter buckskin moccasins, again with the high tops, but this time of white tanned doeskin; slipper-like deer-skin moccasins with rolled edges, for the summer; oil-tanned shoepacs, with and without the flexible leather sole; "cruisers" of varying degree of height -- each and every sort of footgear in use in the Far North, excepting and saving always the beautiful soft doeskin slippers finished with white fawnskin and ornamented with the Ojibway flower pattern for which I sought.

    The Forest

  • "It's comin 'cold, an' more shnow, I'm thinkin ', an' I must have shoepacs, I dunno.

    The Lookout Man


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