booted


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boot·ed

 (bo͞o′tĭd)
adj.
Wearing boots.

booted

(ˈbuːtɪd)
adj
1. wearing boots
2. (Zoology) ornithol
a. (of birds) having an undivided tarsus covered with a horny sheath
b. (of poultry) having a feathered tarsus

boot•ed

(ˈbu tɪd)

adj.
equipped with or wearing boots.
[1545–55]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.booted - wearing boots
shod, shodden, shoed - wearing footgear
References in classic literature ?
Here and there about the alleys galloped men upon horseback, booted, and carrying long whips; they were very busy, calling to each other, and to those who were driving the cattle.
When, at last, Haley appeared, booted and spurred, he was saluted with the bad tidings on every hand.
As we got more and more into debt breakfast became a hollower and hollower form, and, being on one occasion at breakfast-time threatened (by letter) with legal proceedings, "not unwholly unconnected," as my local paper might put it, "with jewellery," I went so far as to seize the Avenger by his blue collar and shake him off his feet - so that he was actually in the air, like a booted Cupid - for presuming to suppose that we wanted a roll.