anklets anklets  /ˈæŋ kləts/


  • (n) a sock that reaches just above the ankle



  1. Malachite is used in popular fashion accessories, worn by Chilean women in bracelets and anklets as they sashay down the Parque Arauco Mall.
  2. Hundreds of tribal dancers in monkey-skin skirts and black feather headdresses swayed rhythmically, rattling anklets made of Coca-Cola bottletops and ululating cries of praise.
  3. She wore bracelets of amber and anklets of hollow bronze.


  • Comments

    She shines upon the white lotus arisen from the water, pervading the world. She holds in her hands scissors, a sword, a skull and a blue lotus. Her ornaments are snakes in the form of a zone, earrings, a garland, armlets, bracelets, anklets.
    on July 17, 2013     Source: San Diego Reader

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