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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 Easter holidays always bring out adverts for bargains from the big retailers, which made me cast my mind back to the years after the war when small retailers were in the majority and I wrote this about a cobbler in our area: "The cobbler, to get more than four into his shop, did require a shoe horn, so in that fact he was in the right trade.
SEX and the City lovers who can't face spending a fortune on his coveted footwear can bag themselves a touch of Blahnik with the Manolo Blahnik shoe horn.
Always use a shoe horn to prevent the mouth from breaking down.
The managing director of Clark's came down to present the award, a shoe horn and a key ring.
One morning, our four-year-old daughter, Brooke, found a shoe horn in a dresser drawer.
STEPPING OUT KITS from the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists include a velvet shoe bag, pumice stone, shoe horn, nail clippers and leaflet on choosing the best shoes.
For the grooming perfectionist, try a shoe-care kit--a set of polishes and pastes, brush applicators, a buffing brush, cloths, and perhaps some dress and sport laces, heel guards, and a shoe horn.