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overboot

(ˈəʊvəˌbuːt)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a protective boot worn over an ordinary boot or shoe
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Without undressing, he lay down on the leather sofa in front of a round table, put his big feet in their overboots on the table, and began to reflect.
"I know just how you feel about it, you daughter of Eve," she said, with gay sympathy, "but December roads are damp, and if you are going to walk to Marrs' you are not going to do it in those frivolous Parisian concoctions, even with overboots on; so be brave, dear heart, and show that you have a soul above little red satin shoes."
(We recently showcased our new mask in the movie "Meg," as Jason Statham wore it in the opening scene.) We also produce rubber gloves and overboots for chemical protection, as well as extreme cold weather footwear for the Canadian and U.S.
Some of these reservoirs grew quite large, encompassing an area the size of a car and reaching the third buckle of my five-buckle overboots.
To counter the cold, the soldiers have been provided with a raft of winter kit, including overboots that cover their own so they do not freeze, specialist tents, and sleeping bag and glove layering "systems".
The soldiers have been provided with a raft of winter kit, including overboots that cover their own so they do not freeze, specialist four-man tents so they can sleep outside, as well as sleeping-bags and glove layering "systems".
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"Each employee whose duties regularly require them to work out of doors Shall be supplied with a suitable waterproof coat, hat and overboots. Sufficient waterproof clothing shall be made available for use by other employees who in the course of their duties are exposed to wet weather."
She was left appalled after meeting soldiers from the Coldstream Guards, a regiment formed in Berwick, Northumberland, having learned of a shortage of overboots for troops operating in the area in December 1982.
The former Prime Minister was appalled after she met soldiers from the Coldstream Guards, a regiment which was first formed in Berwick, Northumberland, as she learned of a shortage of overboots for troops operating in the area in December 1982.
These straw overboots would be shared by men on look-out duties, where they would be standing around for a long time.