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chaussure

noun chaus·sure \shō-ˈsuer\
plural chaussures \same\

Definition of CHAUSSURE

1
:  footgear
2
plural :  shoes

Origin of CHAUSSURE

Middle English chaucer, from Anglo-French chausure, from Old French chaucier to put on footwear, from Latin calceare, from calceus shoe — more at calzone
First Known Use: 14th century

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