Slang meaning of Roman Candles

Roman Candles means: Sandals

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Roman Candles means: Sandals

Slang definition of Roman Candles

Roman Candles means: Sandals

More meanings / definitions of Sandals or words, sentences containing Sandals?

Sandaled (a.): Wearing sandals.

Discalceate (v. t.): To pull off shoes or sandals from.

Discalceation (n.): The act of pulling off the shoes or sandals.

Discalceated (a.): Deprived off shoes or sandals; unshod; discalced.

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Words, slangs, sentences and phrases similar to Sandals

Meaning of desert wellies

desert wellies means: Sandals.

Meaning of Roman Candles

Roman Candles means: Sandals

Meaning of Jesus boots

Jesus boots means: Noun. Sandals.

Meaning of Jesus creepers

Jesus creepers means: Noun. Sandals.

Meaning of ir a golpe de alpargata

ir a golpe de alpargata means: walk; hoof it; go on foot. (lit.: go by slapping sandals)

Meaning of venir a golpe de alpargata

venir a golpe de alpargata means: walk; hoof it; go on foot. (lit.: go by slapping sandals)

Meaning of jesus creepers

jesus creepers means: Flat soled sandals, (the sole is similar to that of the 'brothel creeper' but with a thinner profile)

Meaning of jellies

jellies means: Noun. Cheap rubber/plastic sandals mainly worn by children. Their transparent and brightly coloured appearence resembles jelly, hence their name.

Meaning of jesus boots

jesus boots means: Sandals. Note: I'm told that during the 1980's the term "Jesus Air Wear" was more common.

Meaning of JESUS BOOTS

JESUS BOOTS means: Jesus Boots is British slang for thong−type sandals.

Meaning of desert dockers

desert dockers means: Similiar to desert wellies. Contributor had a Religious Education teacher who used to wear nothing but sandals on his feet and hence desert dockers or Jesus boots was coined.

Meaning of JELLIES

JELLIES means: Jellies is slang for phenobarbital.Jellies is British slang for cheap sandals made of coloured transparent plastic.

Meaning of jandals

jandals means: A contraction of 'Japanese Sandals' this is a term for a kind of plastic sandal or sand shoe, held on by a 'toe grip. Also known in USA and Australia as 'flip flops', and in the UK as 'thongs. (ed: which explains why Brits in Aus get directed to underwear shops when they ask for them!) (ed: oops... I got the UK and Aus meanings reversed. Simon pulled me up on it "Please update your description of Jandals. In Australia we refer to these as "Thongs", NEVER as "flip-flops" as is used in the US. PS: I am an Aussie so this is not just an opinion, it's fact.". Ok... so do I change it or leave it so the comment stays? :)

Meaning of Sandaled

Sandaled means: Wearing sandals.

Meaning of Discalceate

Discalceate means: To pull off shoes or sandals from.

Meaning of Discalceation

Discalceation means: The act of pulling off the shoes or sandals.

Meaning of Discalceated

Discalceated means: Deprived off shoes or sandals; unshod; discalced.

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Lag means: To transport for crime.

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Staphyloma means: A protrusion of any part of the globe of the eye; as, a staphyloma of the cornea.

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Tandem means: A team of horses harnessed one before the other.

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Meaning of innie

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