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Definition of Booted

  • Wearing boots, especially boots with long tops, as for riding; as, a booted squire.
  • Having an undivided, horny, bootlike covering; -- said of the tarsus of some birds.

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An aristocratic pallor refined his face, he was neatly booted and gloved, the elegant lines of the Pole's supple figure were displayed in a morning frock coat, and his chapeau de soie was virginal in its gloss.
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He looked a rancher; he was booted, spurred, and covered with dust; he carried a gun at his hip, and she remembered that he had been known to use it.
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Your little paltry fellows that live on t'other side the water, poor rogues, booted with wisps of hay, may indeed have such; but we scorn it.
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One of them was dressed like a monk in his frock, draggle-tailed, and booted; the other like a falconer, with a lure, and a long-winged hawk on his fist; the third like a solicitor, with a large bag, full of informations, subpoenas, breviates, bills, writs, cases, and other implements of pettifogging; the fourth looked like one of your vine-barbers about Ocleans, with a jaunty pair of canvas trousers, a dosser, and a pruning knife at his girdle.
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You may swear we did not a little wonder at this odd fancy; but they satisfied us presently, telling us that the day of judgment is to take mankind napping; therefore, to show they did not refuse to make their personal appearance as fortune's darlings use to do, they were always thus booted and spurred, ready to mount whenever the trumpet should sound.
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When the sun went to bed, they fairly booted and spurred each other as before, and having clapped on their barnacles e'en jogged to bed too.
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But I must tell you that the vicar of Jambert ascribed this copious prolification of the women, not to that sort of food that we chiefly eat in Lent, but to the little licensed stooping mumpers, your little booted Lent-preachers, your little draggle-tailed father confessors, who during all that time of their reign damn all husbands that run astray three fathom and a half below the very lowest pit of hell.
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They came down booted and spurred, prepared to accompany him part of the way.
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For gamesters, jockeys, brothellers impure, Spendthrifts and booted sportsmen, oftener seen With belted waist, and pointers at their heels, Than in the bounds of duty?
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Centaurs (not fabulous) those rules efface; Back, sister Muses, to your native schools; Here booted grooms usurp Apollo's place, Hoofs shame the boards that Garrick used to grace, The play of limbs succeeds the play of wit, Man yields the drama to the Hou'yn'm race, His prompter spurs, his licenser the bit, The stage a stable-yard, a jockey-club the pit.
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Enter Romeo's Man Balthasar, booted.
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I felt the doors open near me, and then saw a confusion of booted feet moving close by.
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I booted it up and set my fingers on the keyboard, thinking that I would run some diagnostics and see what was what.
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It's running a fresh out-of-the-box version of ParanoidLinux, booted off of the DVD.
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I set up the laptop on a dry bit of rock and booted it from the DVD with her watching.
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Nadiboff's little booted right foot tapped the flooring of the veranda impatiently, but that was the only sign of displeasure she gave.
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Hector's face became a study in rapidly changing expressions: from pompousness, to astonishment, then horror, and finally wrath when he realised that an intruder in stained cloth clothes and booted and spurred was actually making his way through the ranks of liveried and gaping servants and loudly demanding to speak with M. le Comte.
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She's a woman," said his father, and he stamped his booted feet on the floor with a great clamp.
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And here he was, sitting on the porch rail and swinging one spurred and booted foot, smiling at her and talking, in high spirits over the meeting-or a genius at acting.
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What booted it to traverse o'er Plain-forest-river?
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Examples of Booted

Example #1
Some of my own twenty pounds," mused Alan Hawke, as he gayly sprang out and saluted his dupe.
Example #2
Alan Hawke was startled at the distinguished appearance of the musician.
Example #3
The glance by which she measured him in turn momentarily veiled the divine in the ordinary.
Example #4
She had heard of Bishop Dyer forgetting the minister in the fury of a common man, and now she was to feel it.
Example #5
But these responses that you chant here, by G-, are not in season.
Example #6
Never yet did a man of worth dislike good wine, it is a monastical apophthegm.