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brogue

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes
broguebrogue /brəʊɡ $ broʊɡ/ noun [countable]  1 DCC[usually plural] a thick strong leather shoe with a pattern in the leather a new pair of brogues2 [usually singular]SPEAK A LANGUAGE an accent, especially an Irish or Scottish accent
Examples from the Corpus
brogueOtley's cavalry twill and brogues were doing their best to keep up and he was breaking out in a sweat.Is it the fear of wearing in that stout new pair of shoes that keeps us in our old battered brogues?Edwards himself was in brilliant brogues, razor-creased tan slacks and blazer over silk shirt and neckerchief.Wear your city brogues with bare feet and people will think you mugged some one for them.The schoolmaster skittishly slid his feet out of the way, lest a meatball come to rest against his glossy brogues.I have a pair of brown suede brogues that are really worn and I prefer them in their frazzled state!
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