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overboot

Line breaks: over|boot
Pronunciation: /ˈəʊvəbuːt
 
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Definition of overboot in English:

noun

A boot worn over another boot or shoe to protect it or to provide extra warmth.
Example sentences
  • Some of the favourite stores that were obtained - and some might interpret this as being a breach of civil law - were American overboots, American combat jackets, and all sorts of things.
  • A few minutes earlier more than 100 police officers had smashed their way in and, after donning special overboots in respect, fanned out through the building.
  • You wear green rubber overboots and watch the water level carefully.

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