Definition of bossyboots in English:

bossyboots

Line breaks: bossy|boots
Pronunciation: /ˈbɒsibuːts
 
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noun

British informal
A domineering person.
More example sentences
  • Nobody likes a control freak, so stop being a bossyboots and let things be.
  • We in this country have had enough of a bossyboots Government that interferes in people's lives.
  • He must learn to live without a man who has been friend, mentor and general bossyboots.

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