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toecap

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes & fashion
toecaptoe‧cap /ˈtəʊkæp $ ˈtoʊ-/ noun [countable]  DCa piece of metal or leather that covers the front part of a shoe
Examples from the Corpus
toecapHer toecap took him under the chin, close to the throat.The white-hot stream flowed down a crudely fashioned open conduit, passing only a couple of feet from Robyn's toecaps.Initially, the steel toecaps of industrial boots provided a good way of savaging your opponent.A textile toecap and a plastic shield wrapped around the heel add stiffening.Each time the toecap went into his stomach, Pike moaned quietly, his knuckles tightening round his toupee.Their toecaps turned little scoops of dust as they walked.
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