Recent Examples of shoelace from the Web
While Harden was tying his shoe, Liggins reached down to pull a shoelace away.
One day, my very young daughter crawled up and started playing with his shoelaces.
Almost 70 years later, in 1938, Yankees baseball super-star Lou Gehrig began having trouble on the field and with simple tasks like tying his shoelaces, according to the ALS Association.
Most tantalizing of all: fragments of a shoe--a heel, partial sole and brass shoelace eyelet--apparently from a woman's blucher oxford, size 9.
Prior to that, of course, the doctor was telling Randy what all to get ready: boil a pair of new shoelaces, boil some scissors.
Pull the two twists into a single knot in the back, like the first step in tying a shoelace.
Spray Bitterapple for Cats (available at pet stores) on the shoelaces.
The lacing, once fragile cotton, like shoelaces, is now made of an extruded polyvinyl chloride, which is more durable.
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SHOELACE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of shoelace for English Language Learners
: a long, thin material like a string that is used for fastening a shoe
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