Boot-tops



the area between the water lines of a ship when fully loaded and when unloaded.
a distinctive band of paint covering this area.
Historical Examples

Young Wild West at “Forbidden Pass” An Old Scout
Blackbeard: Buccaneer Ralph D. Paine
Waring’s Peril Charles King
On a Donkey’s Hurricane Deck R. Pitcher Woodward
The Bondboy George W. (George Washington) Ogden
A Diversity of Creatures Rudyard Kipling
Three Times and Out Nellie L. McClung
Astounding Stories, March, 1931 Various
The Adventures of Puss in Boots, Jr. David Cory
Pluck on the Long Trail Edwin L. Sabin

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    equipped with or wearing boots. Ornithology. (of the tarsus of certain birds) covered with a continuous horny, bootlike sheath. a covering of leather, rubber, or the like, for the foot and all or part of the leg. Chiefly British. any shoe or outer foot covering reaching to the ankle. an overshoe, especially one of rubber […]



  • Bootlegger

    alcoholic liquor unlawfully made, sold, or transported, without registration or payment of taxes. the part of a boot that covers the leg. something, as a recording, made, reproduced, or sold illegally or without authorization: a flurry of bootlegs to cash in on the rock star’s death. to deal in (liquor or other goods) unlawfully. to […]

  • Bootery

    a store selling boots, shoes, etc. Historical Examples Book of Etiquette, Volume 2 Lillian Eichler Watson



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