Definition of Huaraches

1. Noun. A sandal with flat heels and an upper of woven leather straps.

Exact synonyms: Huarache
Generic synonyms: Sandal



Definition of Huaraches

1. Noun. (plural of huarache) ¹

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Definition of Huaraches

1. huarache [n] - See also: huarache

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Huaraches

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ht
ht29 cell
huamachil
huanaco
huanacoes
huanacos
huanghuali
huangite
huanglongbing
huapango
huapangos
huaquero
huaqueros
huarache
huaraches (current term)
huaracho
huarachos
hub
hub-and-spoke
hub-and-spoke system
hub-bub
hub cap
hub world
hub worlds
hubbard squash
hubbier
hubbies
hubbiest

Literary usage of Huaraches

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1. The Amazon Provinces of Peru as a Field for European Emigration: A by Herbert Guillaume (1888)
"There are workmen who ask for three huaraches in the week, so that they only rest twelve hours out of each twenty-eight hours of work, ..."

2. Yucatan by Bruce Conord, June Conord (2005)
"Los huaraches de Alcatraces (Claveles No. 31, no phone, open Tuesday through ... The word huaraches (oua-RACHES) means "sandals" and the food item with the ..."

3. Adventure Guide to Yucatan, Cancun and Cozumel by Bruce Concord, June Concord (2003)
"Los huaraches de Alcatraces (Claveles No. 31, no phone, open Tuesday through ... The word huaraches (oua-RACHES) means "sandals" and the food item with the ..."

4. Notes of a Tour in Mexico and California by James Hale Bates (1887)
"Leather goods are extensively manufactured here—boots and saddles, shoes, and the huaraches, or leathern sandals, worn by the poorer classes and mostly by ..."

5. Sunset by Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept, Southern Pacific Company (1912)
"... their dormant nature to seek subsistence. The men can clothe themselves for six months at a cost of Si.ID. which includes huaraches (sandals) eight ..."

6. ... The Native Races: Of the Pacific States by Hubert Howe Bancroft (1886)
"Most of the men and women go barefooted, and those who have coverings for their feet use the cades, or huaraches (sandals), made of tanned leather ..."

7. Appletons' Guide to Mexico: Including a Chapter on Guatemala : and an by Alfred Ronald Conkling (1884)
"... with broad-brimmed straw hats in their hands, and wearing huaraches, or leathern sandals, kneeling on a stone floor in company with women and girls, ..."

8. Mexico in Peace and War: A Narrative of Mexican History and Conditions from by Thomas Herbert Russell (1914)
"huaraches, or leathern sandals, fastened with straps over the instep and across the ball of the foot, take the place of boots or shoes among the lower ..."

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