boot[ boot ]SEE DEFINITION OF boot
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BOOT
I'll trade this chestnut—and he's a fine traveler—with a good price to boot.
But this time he saw only the foot of the woman clad in a man's boot.
So saying, he thrust his boot into the snow, intending to kick it over the girl.
"It wasn't anything," said Grant shortly, tugging at a boot.
As well try to mend a spider's web when you have put your boot through it.
After hailing the morn with this second salutation, he threw a boot at the woman as a third.
I closed them again quickly as some one approached and prodded me with the toe of his boot.
Then he looked at his boot; its heel was covered with blood.
Fandor tried to follow its outline with the toe of his boot.
She pulled and pushed and twisted, gasping with pain; the boot would not stir.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BOOT
- boot out
- give notice to
- give someone his or her walking papers
- give someone the ax
- give someone the gate
- give someone the pink slip
- give the ax
- give the gate
- give the heave-ho
- give walking papers
- give warning
- kick out
- lay off
- let go
- let out
- put away
- send packing
- show someone the door
- shut out
- turn away
- wash out