"shoes, children’s, to make" Definition

  1. to suffer oneself to be made sport of, or depreciated. Commonly used in Norfolk.—_Cf._ Mrs. Behn’s comedy, _The Roundheads_. _Hews._ “Who, pox! shall we stand MAKING CHILDREN’S SHOES all the year? No: let’s begin to settle the nation, I say, and go through-stitch with our work.”

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Position in the dictionary: 3104 of 4022 slang words.
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