Lace-up



[leys-uhp] /ˈleɪsˌʌp/

noun
1.
anything that laces up, especially a boot with shoelaces that lace up from the vamp to the top of the boot.
adjective
2.
having a lace that is laced up as a closure:
a lace-up blouse.
adj.

1831, originally of boots, from lace (v.) + up.

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