Birkenstock

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I. noun

1.
‹trademark› a type of shoe or sandal with a contoured cork-filled sole and a thick leather upper.
2. [as modifier]
‹trademark› denoting people concerned with political correctness or Green issues

homebuilders are no longer content to leave environmentalism to the Birkenstock crowd.
– origin 1970s: from the name of the manufacturer.

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