anklet anklet  /ˈæŋ klɪt/


  1. (n) a shoe for a child or woman that has a strap around the ankle
  2. (n) a sock that reaches just above the ankle
  3. (n) an ornament worn around the ankle


  1. One of the most popular styles in California is an anklet adorned with scenes of grazing cows.
  2. It's like the electronic anklet Bernie Madoff should be accessorizing right now.


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  1. "Offenders are trapped in an electronic bubble that can be tracked anywhere," Mr Carr said. "The offender must wear an electronic anklet or bracelet and carry the STAR unit, which is the size of a large mobile phone."
    on May 26, 2005 By: Bob Carr Source:

  2. Wearing an anklet after injuring himself while playing volleyball with the teammates on Monday, Sehwag said, "I felt some pain when I removed the anklet."
    on Jan 16, 2006 By: Virender Sehwag Source: Hindu

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