unboot

unboot

(ʌnˈbuːt)
vb
literary to remove the boots (from)
References in classic literature ?
When the prisoner had been "unbooted," the procurator of the ecclesiastical court examined her foot, which was still swollen with pain.
Also it should be mentioned that displacement profile for USMS model at the test input of S7-US-NS was missed due to the unbooted acquisition device, and the displacement profiles recorded at the test input of L7-US-NS (Taft wave and Shanghai wave) were also missed due to the disassembled displacement meters considering the severe damage and high probability of collapse of the unstrengthened model.
Distribution according to booking Unbooted 3.4% Booked 6.8% Booked outside 89.8% Note: Table made from pie chart.
VERICOM straight CAT5E patch cords are available in two types of cables: CAT5E U/UTP and CAT5E F/UTP, in 21 different lengths and in nine different colors, along with 90 degree CAT5E patch cords and CAT5E unbooted patch cords as well.
Although some of the results were somewhat risible--apparently 10 per cent of Jews whistle while going to the lavatory as compared to 28 per cent of non-Jews--the findings confirm to a considerable extent what we now know from such sources as the published diaries of Harold Nicolson, that casual, 'unbooted' but sometimes virulent anti-semitism was endemic throughout British society at the time with frequent references to caricatured stereotypes such as 'oily' Jews and Jews 'on the make'.