Another word for boot
High footwear, often of rubber
overshoe, galosh, rubber, bootee, wader, hip-boot, laced boot, chukka boot, high shoe, jackboot, hiking boot, cowboy boot, climbing boot, riding boot, ski boot, combat boot, mukluk, gumshoe, Wellington, wellie*, waffle-stomper*; see also shoe.
be certain, rely on it, trust in it; see trust 1.
Another word for bootverb
To be an advantage to:advantage, avail, benefit, profit, serve. Idiom: stand someone in good stead. See help
The act of dismissing or the condition of being dismissed from employment:discharge, dismissal, termination. (Informal) ax. (Slang) bounce, sack1. See keep
The act of ejecting or the state of being ejected:dismissal, ejection, ejectment, eviction, expulsion, ouster. (Slang) bounce. See keep
A strong, pleasant feeling of excitement or stimulation:lift, thrill. (Informal) wallop. (Slang) bang, high, kick. See excite
To end the employment or service of:cashier, discharge, dismiss, drop, release, terminate. (Informal) ax, fire, pink-slip. (Slang) bounce, can, sack1. Idioms: give someone his or her walking papers, give someone the ax, give someone the gate, give someone the pink slip, let go, show someone the door. See keep
To put out by force.Also used with out: bump, dismiss, eject, evict, expel, oust, throw out. (Informal) chuck. (Slang) bounce, kick out. Idioms: give someone the boot, give someone the heave-ho (or old heave-ho), send packing, show someone the door, throw out on one's ear. See keep