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solesole2 ●○○ noun  1 [countable]HBH the bottom surface of your foot, especially the part you walk or stand on The soles of his feet were caked in mud.2 shoes.jpg [countable]DCC the flat bottom part of a shoe, not including the heel the soles of her shoes3 [countable, uncountable] (plural sole or soles)DFFHBF a flat fish that is often used for foodlemon sole Dover sole
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soleMoving soundlessly on his thick rubber soles, he ghosted swiftly down to the lowest platform.The rain, still fresh on the grass, began to seep through the soles of his boots.The soles of her feet were feathery soft.Besides menu costs, economists also discuss shoe-leather costs, because inflation makes people run around more, wearing down their soles.The floorboards struck ice up through the unprotected soles of her feet.soles of ... feetHe looked at the soles of the feet, making careful note of what he saw.I had begun wearing deck shoes because the soles of my feet had turned dead white as a result of going barefoot.They too are given a special smelly identity, for their owners have scent glands in the soles of their feet.The soles of her feet were dyed with henna, making a brown sandal.The floorboards struck ice up through the unprotected soles of her feet.Sitting with soles of the feet together, pull your feet in as close to you as possible.soles of ... shoesI felt the new soles of my shoes.There was thick mud underfoot; it stuck to the soles of her shoes.The soles of her shoes had turned to tongues of ice.Others shuffled and stamped their feet as the cold from the frosted pavement penetrated the thin soles of their shoes.