seaboot


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seaboot

(ˈsiːˌbuːt)
n
a sailor's waterproof boot
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"Our particular contribution to the war effort was to knit seaboot stockings for sailors.
LAYLINE SEABOOT Looking like they come straight from the catwalk, these funky technical sea boots are phenomenal performers.
The new neoprene seaboot is designed to fit between these two styles.
Earlier in the piece one of the crew had broken his ankle; he had a leather seaboot on so we left his foot in that and put him in the bunk.
Long hours upright in seaboots left lasting injuries that multiple operations have yet to rectify.
HE'S ALSO THE ONLY PHOTOGRAPHER WHO REGULARLY PULLS ON THE SEABOOTS TO CAPTURE THE OCEAN'S MANY MOODS.
Contract notice: Seaboots security framework agreement.
two of the men, then a pair of seaboots, floating soles upwards"
I bet the Spaniards, the Germans, the Dutch and the Danes, who've pillaged the North Sea shoals to virtual extinction, are shaking in their seaboots.
Land inflatable boat on beach through heavy, cold surf while wearing mustang suit and seaboots. Avoid dumping self and cargo of Aleutian Canada geese in said surf.
Our word bootleg comes from the practice of sailors smuggling goods ashore in the upper part of their seaboots. And all the time we had this crazy idea that the word originated from our game of football, wherein the quarterback fakes a handoff to a teammate but keeps the ball himself and runs with it.
Captain Davidson comforts him by remarking--in the very last words of the novel, "He didn't even have time to kick off his seaboots" (208).