Antonyms for soles

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Soles followed the eggs, and then came cutlets, and afterwards asparagus.

There is nothing I am fonder of—— Sometimes I tickle the soles of my feet with it.

Lay it at the bottom of the dish: then take the flesh of soles, small cod, or dressed turbot, and rub it with salt and pepper.

When soles are very large, the best way is to take off the fillets, trim them neatly, and press them dry in a soft cloth.

He looked him over from the soles of his riding-boots to the crown of his periwig.

I tell the Vicar, 'My dear sir, I will give you their souls, if you leave me their soles.'

If you scratch the soles, they are rougher and you no longer slip.

Thin and fillet a pair of soles, each weighing about a pound.

The soles of the old pair were intact, but the stubby toes were protruding.

In my country, we say to the ladies; Grant me the soles of your foots.