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  • adjective Wearing plimsolls.


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plimsoll +‎ -ed


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  • He was just going into Lavender's rooms when Golly, light on his plimsolled feet, came behind him, slipped the wire over his head and pulled tight.

    Bottled Spider

  • She came out to him, her plimsolled feet crunching on the gravel, and took his hand as easily as if they had parted on good terms only yesterday.

    Dreaming of the Bones

  • The staid, middle-aged housemaid in white linens leans her ear to my door, hears a pencil moving across paper, and steals away on plimsolled feet.



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