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Russian boot

Line breaks: Rus|sian boot

Definition of Russian boot in English:

noun

A boot that loosely encloses the wearer’s calf.
Example sentences
  • Do not ask for ‘Russian boots’ - a Corkonian term for ‘Wellingtons’ - at ‘Staraya Rus ’’.
  • Russia didn't get a say in Japan because there weren't any Russian boots on the Home Islands.

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