Boot synonyms

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High footwear, often of rubber
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An article of footwear worn over a shoe as protection from water, snow, or cold.
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Either of a pair of overshoes, esp. a high, warmly lined overshoe of rubber and fabric
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(Countable, baseball) The rectangular pad on the pitcher's mound from which the pitcher must pitch.
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A short boot or light overshoe worn by women and children
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A long-legged bird associated with wetland or coastal environments.
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A very high boot extending to the hips, worn especially when fishing.
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High footwear, often of rubber
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An ankle-high bootlike shoe, usually with two or three pairs of eyelets
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High footwear, often of rubber
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The spirit sustaining and motivating a militaristic, highly aggressive, or totalitarian regime or system.
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A high-arched boot with a high Cuban heel and usually ornamental stitching.
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High footwear, often of rubber
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High footwear, often of rubber
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A stiff padded plastic or leather boot that is fastened to the foot with strong buckles or laces and locked into place in a ski binding.
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A type of boot designed to be worn by soldiers during actual combat or combat training
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(Canada, US) A laced winter boot resembling a traditional mukluk, with thick rubber sole and cloth upper.
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(Slang) An investigator, especially a detective.
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The capital of New Zealand, on an inlet of Cook Strait in extreme southern North Island. It was founded in 1840 and supplanted Auckland as capital in 1865.
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Alternative spelling of welly.
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High footwear, often of rubber
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(Computing) An apparatus for reading and writing data to or from a mass storage device such as a disk, as a floppy drive.
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(Poker slang) An all-in bet.
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A hit; sharp or resounding blow; rap, as on a door
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A piece of metal designed to be attached to a horse's foot as a means of protection; a horseshoe.
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A hit or strike with the leg or foot or knee.
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Present participle of case.
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Present participle of cover.
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To shoot:
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(Sports) To disqualify or force (a player or coach) to leave the playing area for the remainder of a game.
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To force out; eject:
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To drive away by setting a fire.
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To eject from a position or place; force out:
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Punt is defined as to put an idea aside or to drop a football and kick it before it hits the ground.
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To hit or strike forcefully; punch.
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To provide (someone) with an advantage, to give an edge to. [from 15th c.]
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(Often reflexive) To turn to the advantage of.
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(Intransitive) To receive a benefit (from); to be a beneficiary.
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To be of profit or advantage to
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To be of service or use; function:
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The process of firing an employee; ending one's employment at a business for any reason.
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A tool with a bladed, usually heavy head mounted crosswise on a handle, used for felling trees or chopping wood.
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The capacity to rebound; spring:
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(Slang) Dismissal from a job; discharge
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The act of ejecting.
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An ejecting or ousting; eviction
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The state of being evicted.
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An expelling, or forcing out, or the condition of being expelled
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(Now chiefly US) Specifically, the forceful removal of a politician or regime from power; coup.
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An improvement in mood
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(--- Med.) An abnormal tremor, as of the circulatory system, that can be felt by the hand on palpation
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(UK, Scotland, dialect) A quick rolling movement; a gallop.
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The definition of bang means a loud, sudden noise.
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(Informal) A large area of elevated atmospheric pressure; an anticyclone.
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To discard or reject
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(Cricket) To get a batsman out.
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(Intransitive) To sink quickly to the ground. [from 15th c.]
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Release is defined as to set free or to relieve.
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To have its end (in something)
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To end the employment or service of
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To preserve, by heating and sealing in a can or jar.
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To put out by force.
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(Idiomatic) To dismiss or expel someone from any longer performing duty or attending somewhere.
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(Informal) To discard, to throw away.
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(Idiomatic) To stop, stall, or disconnect suddenly.
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(Intransitive) To provide assistance.
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(Historical) The main tower of a castle or fortress, located within the castle walls. (According to keep, the word comes "from the Middle English term kype, meaning basket or cask, and was a term applied to the shell keep at Guînes, said to resemble a barrel".)
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A strong, pleasant feeling of excitement or stimulation
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(Louisiana, Mississippi, Trinidad and Tobago, uncommon) An extra or unexpected gift or benefit, such as that given to a customer when they purchase something else.
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A violent assault involving repeated kicks.
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an instrument of torture that is used to heat or crush the foot and leg
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an instrument of torture that is used to heat or crush the foot and leg
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an instrument of torture that is used to heat or crush the foot and leg
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Expense; cost:
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The act or an instance of rushing; specif., an eager movement of many people, as to do something or to get to a place
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A rush of strong feeling:
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(Comput.) To boot again, as to restore the computer to operation after a program failure
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(Dated) A foot covering of any kind.
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Sturdy footwear, such as shoes or boots.
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Find another word for boot. In this page you can discover 97 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for boot, like: hiking boot, overshoe, galosh, rubber, bootee, wader, hip boot, laced boot, chukka (boot), high shoe and jackboot.