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top boot

n.
A high boot usually having its upper part made of a different material or with leather of a contrasting color or texture.

top boot

n
(Clothing & Fashion) a high boot, often with a decorative or contrasting upper section

top′ boot`


n.
a high boot, esp. one having a cuff of a different material, color, etc., from the rest of the boot.
[1760–70]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.top boot - a boot reaching halfway up to the kneetop boot - a boot reaching halfway up to the knee
boot - footwear that covers the whole foot and lower leg
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Cord, in honor of the races, had put on his best clothes, a black coat buttoned up, a stiffly starched collar, which propped up his cheeks, a round black hat, and top boots.
I had got on so fast of late, that I had even started a boy in boots - top boots - in bondage and slavery to whom I might have been said to pass my days.
After a while "Uncle" came in, in a Cossack coat, blue trousers, and small top boots.
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He was discovered in the family crypt of the von Crailsheim family's late 14th-century castle, still wearing his top boots.
During the phase of the expedition when I'm climbing up and down the mountain to adjust to the altitude, and helping to stock the camps with food and equipment, I wear lightweight La Sportiva Nepal Top boots.
Madison wears a knitted poncho, pounds 65, flower panel T-shirt, pounds 26, corduroy skirt, pounds 45, and brown patterned tights, pounds 12, all by Deux Par Deux Code: rw171208fashion-12; Joshua wears a beige cardigan, pounds 54, white tree T-shirt, pounds 22, beige combat trousers, pounds 45, wheat tree roll top boots, pounds 55, all by Timberland.