baby shoe

IPA: bˈeɪbiʃˈu

noun

  • a shoe designed to be worn by infants

Examples of "baby-shoe" in Sentences

  • "If I was going to bet the baby-shoe money, I'd say that he won't.
  • There was a sample baby-shoe office pin-cushion on the manager's desk.
  • There was a sample baby-shoe office pin-cushion on the manager’s desk.
  • Okay, that “wonderful life” and “hardly dared dream” business does cross the line into the shameless mush of Mommyland, where “fulfillment” is all about children, not sex, and where mothers are jealous of each new baby-shoe charm on their friends’ bracelets.
  • Nearly every guy gave Ali a present (a present that a five year old would probably give his mom, mind you) and by the end of the evening, she was left with paper leaves, a fake ring, real and fake roses, a magnet, a wooden heart, a baby-shoe key chain (Wait a minute is that for ....?) and a scrapbook from Wisconsin Kirk.

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