Definition of Mukluk

1. Noun. (Canada US) A soft knee-high boot of sealskin or reindeer skin, originally worn by Inuit and Yupik. ¹



2. Noun. (Canada US) A laced winter boot resembling a traditional mukluk, with thick rubber sole and cloth upper. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Mukluk

1. a soft boot worn by Eskimos [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mukluk

mujahed
mujahedeen
mujahedin
mujahid
mujahideen
mujahidin
mujik
mujiks
mujtihad
mukataa
muke
mukes
mukhinite
mukhtar
mukhtars
mukluk (current term)
mukluks
muktuk
muktuks
mulada
muladas
mulai
mulatresses
mulatta
mulattas
mulatto
mulattoes
mulattos
mulattress
mulay

Literary usage of Mukluk

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Adventure Guide to the Alaska Highway by Ed Readicker-Henderson (2006)
"mukluk Land (» 907-883-2571), at Mile 1317, is open from June 1 to August 31, from 1 to 9 pm. It's got movies on Alaska, bush miniature golf (if you're ..."

2. Nome and Seward Peninsula: History, Description, Biographies and Stories by Edward Sanford Harrison (1905)
"mukluk expresses the idea of foot wear. It is not the Eskimo name for boot. But all Eskimo boots are called by Americans, mukluks. ..."

3. Through the Yukon and Alaska by Thomas Arthur Rickard (1909)
"The Eskimo's socks are made of the hide taken from the legs of the reindeer; over this he wears the mukluk, a high leather boot, the body of which is made ..."

4. Ten Thousand Miles with a Dog Sled: A Narrative of Winter Travel in Interior by Hudson Stuck (1914)
"The best water-proof footwear is the Esquimau mukluk, not easily obtainable in the interior of Alaska, but the mukluk is an inconvenient footwear to put ..."

5. Adventure Guide to the Alaska Highway by Ed Readicker-Henderson (2006)
"mukluk Land (» 907-883-2571), at Mile 1317, is open from June 1 to August 31, from 1 to 9 pm. It's got movies on Alaska, bush miniature golf (if you're ..."

6. Nome and Seward Peninsula: History, Description, Biographies and Stories by Edward Sanford Harrison (1905)
"mukluk expresses the idea of foot wear. It is not the Eskimo name for boot. But all Eskimo boots are called by Americans, mukluks. ..."

7. Through the Yukon and Alaska by Thomas Arthur Rickard (1909)
"The Eskimo's socks are made of the hide taken from the legs of the reindeer; over this he wears the mukluk, a high leather boot, the body of which is made ..."

8. Ten Thousand Miles with a Dog Sled: A Narrative of Winter Travel in Interior by Hudson Stuck (1914)
"The best water-proof footwear is the Esquimau mukluk, not easily obtainable in the interior of Alaska, but the mukluk is an inconvenient footwear to put ..."

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