- n a short nail with a thick head; used to protect the soles of boots
- v supply with hobnails
- For years, Soviet economists have inveighed against installment buying as simply another hobnail in the capitalist heel grinding the faces of the poor.
- And though David Niven does a nice job as the lover, Ratoff brings hobnail direction to scenes that need dancing pumps.
- Most outside observers have laid the responsibility for the East Pakistani tragedy to the hobnail-tough martial law imposed by Lieut.
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- David Greene in HawgsIllustrated.com
If anything Larry is more, well, negative than positive. You could tell how positive he was (after the touchdown). And to even think of a hobnail boot, I mean, who would have ever thought of saying that? But that is what makes Larry the best,...
- Leo Houlding in Peninsula On-line
Got dressed in period (costume). Walked around corner onto North Face in hobnail-less boots - Did one take and nearly froze,Houlding wrote on the expedition's online diary last week.
- Larry Munson in Atlanta Journal Constitution
For the record, Munson said his favorite call was "the hobnail boot" at Tennessee in 2001, replacing his previous favorite on Belue-to-Scott.