See boot1 (sense 1 of the noun).
- On 15 September 1998, in LaSalle, Rosalind Burrowes was loudly objecting as bailiffs bolted a Denver boot on her wheel.
- Unlawfully parked cars are liable to be towed away or locked with Denver boots.
- Greg was drunk, so the police put a Denver boot on his car.
Mid 20th century: named after Denver, Colorado, where the boot was introduced in 1949.
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Syllabification: Den·ver boot
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