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to boot

Definition of to boot

  1. :  in addition, besides <He's smart, funny, and handsome to boot.>



Word by Word Definitions

bootplay
  1. :  deliverance

    :  something to equalize a trade

    :  avail

  1. :  avail, profit

  1. :  a fitted covering (as of leather or rubber) for the foot and usually reaching above the ankle

    :  an instrument of torture used to crush the leg and foot

    :  something that resembles or is likened to a boot

  1. :  to put boots on

    :  kick

    :  to make an error on (a grounder in baseball)

  1. :  booty, plunder


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