bootmaker


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bootmaker

(ˈbʊtmeɪkə)
n
a person who makes boots and shoes for a living
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bootmaker - a maker of bootsbootmaker - a maker of boots      
cobbler, shoemaker - a person who makes or repairs shoes
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bootmaker

[ˈbuːtmeɪkəʳ] Nzapatero/a m/f que hace botas
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At the corner of the Moroseyka, opposite a large house with closed shutters and bearing a bootmaker's signboard, stood a score of thin, worn-out, gloomy-faced bootmakers, wearing overalls and long tattered coats.
On seeing the crowd and the bloodstained man the workman ceased speaking, and with eager curiosity all the bootmakers joined the moving crowd.
The house in Harrington Street had been a bootmaker's; and the shop was used as a bed-room; but it was very dark, since the window had been boarded three parts up, and as this did not open the only ventilation came from a small skylight at the far end.
After this memorable event, I went to the hatter's, and the bootmaker's, and the hosier's, and felt rather like Mother Hubbard's dog whose outfit required the services of so many trades.
His face was yellow and wrinkled, like that of Fook Shing, the Chinese bootmaker in the bazar.
Even a lazy man, who does nothing but make debts, has time to marry a widow who pays them; a priest finds time to become a bishop "in partibus." A sober, intelligent young fellow, who begins with a small capital as a money-changer, soon buys a share in a broker's business; and, to go even lower, a petty clerk becomes a notary, a rag-picker lays by two or three thousand francs a year, and the poorest workmen often become manufacturers; whereas, in the rotatory movement of this present civilization, which mistakes perpetual division and redivision for progress, an unhappy civil service clerk, like Chazelle for instance, is forced to dine for twenty-two sous a meal, struggles with his tailor and bootmaker, gets into debt, and is an absolute nothing; worse than that, he becomes an idiot!
In the name of the husbands and fathers of England, I call upon the bootmakers to reform.
Although his brother showed so dim a glimmering of interest in their altered fortunes that it was very doubtful whether he understood them, Mr Dorrit caused him to be measured for new raiment by the hosiers, tailors, hatters, and bootmakers whom he called in for himself; and ordered that his old clothes should be taken from him and burned.
"There are less attention grabbing colours so if you are wary of yellow and orange, try coral or pink." Pink lace dress, PS69, Kaliko; raffia clutch, PS19.99, Littlewoods; patent court shoes, PS29.70, Jones Bootmaker
These Lucinda Chelsea Boots are PS99 at Jones Bootmaker.
"If you're petite, you can wear smaller, busier prints but if you're bigger, go for large patterns." Floral-print dress, PS39.99, Zara; envelope clutch, PS19.99, Littlewoods; patent court shoes, PS29.70, Jones Bootmaker f y tite mal yo rg ss, e c ds; es, B PS39.99, Zara; clutch, PS19.99, patent court PS29.70, Jones Bootmaker "Don't be afraid to wear more than one colour.