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cowboy boot

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Definition of cowboy boot in English:

noun

A high-heeled boot of a style originally worn by cowboys, typically with a pointed toe and decorative stitching.
Example sentences
  • Even before then, I saw some cowboy on TV drinking water out of his boot, so I got a cowboy boot and tried it.
  • In the next panel, a cowboy boot kicks the globe clear of the frame.
  • Tex-Mex food is served promptly every Thursday night, but shirts are buttoned-down and there's not a cowboy boot in sight.

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