top boot

top boot
top boot
n.
any of several high boots reaching to just below the knee: its upper part is usually of a different material

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  • top boot — noun a boot reaching halfway up to the knee • Syn: ↑buskin, ↑combat boot, ↑desert boot, ↑half boot • Hypernyms: ↑boot * * * noun : a high boot made often with light colored leather bands around the upper part and worn especially by riders (as in …   Useful english dictionary

  • top boot — noun chiefly historical a high boot with a broad band of a different material or colour at the top …   English new terms dictionary

  • top-boot — /ˈtɒp but/ (say top booht) noun a high boot, especially one having the upper part of a different material from the rest …  

  • top boot — a high boot, esp. one having a cuff of a different material, color, etc., from the rest of the boot. [1760 70] * * * …   Universalium

  • top boot — noun Date: 1768 a high boot often with light colored leather bands around the upper part …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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