Pantoffle - definition of pantoffle by The Free Dictionary
pan·tof·fle also pan·to·fle (păn-tŏf′əl, -tō′fəl, -to͞o′fəl, păn′tə-fəl)
[Middle English pantufle, from Old French pantoufle.]
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Propped up by a disarray of cushions, Madame Boucher sprawls boyishly, one foot on the floor and the reclining foot half in a pantoffle
, on a chaise-longue.
With his signature on the sole of Lucretia's pantoffle
he affirmed that the picture was a fantasy; also that he had finished the picture to his own satisfaction: that some of his other late pictures are unfinished is beyond doubt.
(12) Thomas Wilson Shomaker for Shooes pantoffles
(53) & Buskins ...