from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. See insole.

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  • n. An insole; a cushioning layer lining the inside bottom of a shoe or boot.

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  • n. the inner sole of a shoe or boot where the foot rests


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  • In Atlantic Thermoplastics, the CAFC considered the scope of a product-by-process claim that recited "the molded innersole produced by the method of claim 1."

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  • Are simply what the name implies; "SOFT SPOTS" of light new air-pumping, pneumatic rubber, attached to a shapely leather innersole scientifically made to conform to all pressure of the foot.

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  • The needs of the inner soul (not to be confused with innersole) should not play second fiddle

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  • The innersole is thick; well cushioned, and was very comfortable as I took a short walk around the store.

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  • The Balmain sandals feature criss-cross straps and double ankle straps embellished with crystals and studs, round toe, small loop for big toe, solid upper with zip closure, leather innersole, leather sole, suede lining, and a 110 mm tapered covered heel.



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