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desert boot

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Definition of desert boot in English:

noun

A lightweight boot with the upper made from suede: a woman dressed in jeans, desert boots, and a big overshirt
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  • He was 19 and wore a leather cap, blue jeans and well-worn desert boots.
  • The tall, dark-haired fisherwoman had then taken off in the direction of the hulk of rotting wood and rusting steel, the soles of her sand-coloured desert boots sending up a liberal spray of grey, choking dust.
  • Streets become flooded by blocked or non-existent drainage and many of the Dukes have donned their black Goretex boots to combat the mud, casting aside their light sandy coloured desert boots.

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