Definition of hobnailed in English:

hobnailed

adjective

  • See hobnail

    • ‘In winter they wore layers and layers of clothing and hobnailed boots to keep warm.’
    • ‘The streets were so very quiet that the steady tread of my hobnailed boots muffled by the ground frost sounded unnatural.’
    • ‘A century ago, mountains were climbed in hobnailed boots with stafflike ice axes, footsteps laboriously cut all the way to the top.’
    • ‘About twenty soldiers entered the church, making a lot of noise with their hobnailed boots, and put their guns in a corner with a guard in front of them.’
    • ‘Didn't Mother frequently complain about how and why he must wear hobnailed boots, such was the racket he made early in the morning?’

Pronunciation

hobnailed

/ˈhɒbneɪld/