Boot [noun]

Definition of Boot:

heavy, often tall, shoe

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Sentence/Example of Boot:

Good thing your paracord laces do more than just hold your boots on your feet.

Practical and tasteful, with a simple embossed logo that lends it a graphic personality to boot, the affordable vegan-leather bags have become a widely sought status symbol.

I took that trip, I put hiking boots on for the first time, and I saw my first wild animal.

That’s not as big as what you’d get on most hiking boots, but they provide enough traction to keep you stable on your feet.

Embedding posts with visuals such as videos, infographics, and photos might mean additional advantages to boot.

The Charmington boot and the Charmington Bouquet were very freely advertised.

At last, some one came, a man, and his firm tread of boot-shod feet betokened a soldier.

Ellis's patent boot studs to save the sole, and the Euknemida, or concave-convex fastening springs, are the latest novelties.

But her small boot heel did not make an indenture, not a mark upon the little glittering circlet.

Of course, an artificial mouthpiece has to be provided for our organ-pipe, but this is called the boot.