Examples of loafer in a Sentence
an incorrigible loafer who never accomplished anything
Recent Examples of loafer from the Web
Shoes: Gucci Marmont fringe leather loafers, $795, Neiman Marcus Fort Worth.
Yes, there were ladylike pumps on the runway, but the more interesting story at the show were the hefty loafers worn with many of the collection’s daywear looks.
The atmosphere in this novel is stretched taut as the characters wait for the other polished loafer to drop.
Instead, men can put their best foot forward in a loafer—
As the temperature rises, you might be sorely tempted to ditch the collared shirts and loafers for T-shirts and flip-flops.
Ferragamo’s footwear included penny loafers or slip on moccasins with rubber soles adorned with the trademark buckle for the city or rope accents for the seaside.
Doug Ray, president of product and innovation at Dentsu Aegis Network, opts for a pair of khakis, a polo shirt and soft Italian loafers or white canvas shoes during the day and a blazer at night.
Mr. Judson enjoyed doing yardwork dressed in khakis and loafers and loved to work on home projects, his family said.
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Origin and Etymology of loafer
perhaps short for landloafer, from German Landläufer tramp, from Land + Läufer runner
First Known Use: 1830See Words from the same year
LOAFER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of loafer for English Language Learners
: a low shoe with no laces
: a person who does not work hard
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