bootjack

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has V-shaped notch for pulling off boots

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I could have thrown my bootjack at him (it lay ready on the rug), for having entrapped me into the disclosure of anything concerning Agnes, however immaterial.
They did not see Matthew, who shrank bashfully back into the shadows beyond the woodbox with a boot in one hand and a bootjack in the other, and he watched them shyly for the aforesaid ten minutes as they put on caps and jackets and talked about the dialogue and the concert.
Grewgious, bolt upright as usual, sat taking his wine in the dusk at his open window; his wineglass and decanter on the round table at his elbow; himself and his legs on the window-seat; only one hinge in his whole body, like a bootjack.
Long shoehorns, bootjacks, and stocking aids make slipping on shoes and stockings easier.
She has a special fondness for old bottles, old bootjacks, and chipped stone pickling crocks; and her husband, who doesn't share this enthusiasm, has been heard to complain that their living room is beginning to look like somebody's basement.