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buskin

noun bus·kin \ˈbəs-kən\

Definition of BUSKIN

1
:  a laced boot reaching halfway or more to the knee
2
a :  cothurnus 1
b :  tragedy; especially :  tragedy resembling that of ancient Greek drama

Origin of BUSKIN

probably modification of Middle French brozequin
First Known Use: 1503

Rhymes with BUSKIN

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