instep instep

Definition(s):

  1. (n) the arch of the foot
  2. (n) the part of a shoe or stocking that covers the arch of the foot

Usage(s):

  1. Of all the cities of the ancient world, none was more opulent than Sybaris, which was settled by Greek colonists on the instep of the Italian boot near the Ionian coast.
  2. Of all the cities of the ancient world, none was more opulent than Sybaris, which was settled by Greek colonists on the instep of the Italian boot near the Ionian coast.

News

  • Manolo Blahnik “Fersen” Mary-Jane Sandals – Kate Upton

    Shoebunny spotted Kate Upton in Manolo Blahnik sandals . This style is called “Fersen” and is from the Manolo Blahnik spring/summer 2013 collection. The sandals feature clear vinyl upper, patent leather, Mary Jane instep strap, thin strap across open toe, leather lining, leather sole, and a 4? covered heel. Kater sandals were available for $765.00 (on sale for $344.00). Also see Kate wearing ...
    on July 21, 2013     Source: StyleBistro

Quotes

  1. "In hindsight, I should have swung my left foot at it," Iwelumo said. "In another day, it's in the net and it's another story. It was just one of those ones that hit my heel rather than my instep." "I saw the chance about ten seconds...
    on Oct 12, 2008 By: Chris Iwelumo Source: Times Online

  2. "We believe InStep is an ideal platform for tomorrow's global workforce to groom. The programme was initiated eight years ago to gain mindshare with students from top colleges as they could be clients, employees, competitors or even leaders of...
    on Jun 11, 2007 By: NR Narayana Murthy Source: NewKerala.com

  3. "Sarwan was hit by a delivery from Pakistani fast bowler Umar Gul and the X-ray report shows a hairline fracture on the instep of his right foot which is now placed in a cast," West Indian media manager Imran Khan told reporters.
    on Dec 1, 2006 By: Imran Khan Source: SkySports

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