bootlace bootlace


  • (n) a long lace for fastening boots


  • Shortly after taking the ice, she popped a jump and immediately confronted the judges with what appeared to be a ragged bootlace.


  • "I used a bootlace to keep the hair out of my eyes, but I only wore it for training - never in a match, as far as I can remember," says Williams. "Players who wear these hairbands now must be trying to set a trend or hoping to get noticed. It...
    on Sep 4, 2009 By: Bert Williams Source:

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