Recent Examples of moccasin from the Web
From designer Hiroki Nakamura, the brand’s first womenswear outpost features high-rise leather moccasins alongside Japanese furniture and antique pottery.
Jimi Hendrix, whose paternal grandmother was one-quarter Cherokee, appears, resplendent in a white beaded jacket and moccasins, at Woodstock, as does the jazz singer Mildred Bailey, whom a young Bing Crosby credited with giving him his start.
His primary focus is on traditional men’s shoes like moccasin loafers, derby boots, and German goisers utilizing exotic leathers like polished stingray, alligator, cordovan, military-grade textiles, and heavy canvases for his popular sneakers.
With slip-resistant functionality, these little moccasins are serving both comfort and style.
Outfit the family in moccasins at Arrow Gift Shop. 3 p.m. – Time to fan out.
In Paris, Piccioli ditched the suiting in favor of slim track pants, oversize anoraks, and a new, beaded sneaker style that's part moccasin, part runner.
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.
Photographs show spectacular Indian apparel — eagle-feather war bonnets, quillwork and beaded breastplates, an animal tooth necklace, dozens of beaded moccasins, pipes and pipe bags and knife pouches.
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Origin and Etymology of moccasin
First Known Use: circa 1612See Words from the same year
MOCCASIN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of moccasin for English Language Learners
: a flat shoe that is made of soft leather and is similar to a shoe originally worn by some Native Americans
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