variant spelling of bootee

and less common spelling of booty entry 2

: a usually ankle-length boot, slipper, or sock
especially : an infant's knitted or crocheted sock

Examples of bootie in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web And their short bodysuits offer bootie coverage that many suits simply don’t these days. Krista Simmons, Sunset Magazine, 3 June 2024 Thick ointment helps keep their foot pads supple; some of them wear booties for extra protection. Pam Leblanc, Condé Nast Traveler, 30 Apr. 2024 In previous years, rubbish has featured a rural flare — including dead goats, dead chickens and tractor tires — as well as satellite dishes, baby booties, a car roof and countless bottles of cheap vodka and Fireball. Luis Melecio-Zambrano, The Mercury News, 28 May 2024 The versatile style is equally at home with booties, flat sandals, and sneakers. Jamie Allison Sanders, Peoplemag, 20 Apr. 2024 Here are a few others: Consider getting your pet a sweater, dog coat or booties. Amaris Encinas, USA TODAY, 17 Jan. 2024 Dress it up with heeled booties and a soft sweater this spring, then opt for ballet flats and a short-sleeve blouse when summer arrives. Isabel Garcia, Peoplemag, 12 Apr. 2024 Rose loves easy-to-wear styles like mules, slip-on sandals, and booties, while Dr. Valencia mentions brands like Birkenstocks, New Balance, and Vionics as some favorites. Jessica Booth, Parents, 5 Apr. 2024 At her latest red carpet event, actor Anna Paquin posed for pictures in a sparkling black dress, ankle booties — and a matching cane to top off the sleek look. Alexandra Del Rosario, Los Angeles Times, 4 Apr. 2024

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“Bootie.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 25 Jun. 2024.

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