a cloth covering for the foot worn inside the shoe; reaches to between the ankle and the knee
- "I always put on my socks before I put on my shoes!"
cone-shaped cloth sleeve hung so that it swings freely in the blowing wind thereby indicating in which direction the wind is blowing, air sock (as at an airport)
a lightweight shoe worn by ancient Greek and Roman comic actors; comic drama and comedy, called so because of the shoes worn by ancient Greek and Roman comic actors
- ""He . . . knew all niceties of the sock and buskin" (Byron)."
- soccus [ historia, skor ]