shoehorn

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shoehorn

a smooth curved implement of horn, metal, plastic, etc., inserted at the heel of a shoe to ease the foot into it
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The Chancellor tried to buy a pounds 25 shoehorn by footwear designer Manolo Blahnik.
The shoehorn is part of a range of products designed for Habitat by celebrities from the worlds of fashion, sport, music and acting.
So we could get to Super Bowl MMMCCCXXXI, and Wayne Weaver still will be stocking shoehorns in late January.