Definition of gumboot in English:

gumboot

Line breaks: gum|boot
Pronunciation: /ˈɡʌmbuːt
 
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noun

(usually gumboots) dated , chiefly British
A long rubber boot; a wellington: wearing his mackintosh and a new pair of gumboots
More example sentences
  • All that was left was the letterbox and a pair of rubber gumboots.
  • They may need gumboots or sturdy footwear for the 15-minute walk from the carpark to the memorial site, Ms Cowin said.
  • It was much smoother for us this time - there were no doctors in white plastic aprons and white rubber gumboots, there were no suction cups and no forceps and no blood splatters.

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