half boot


Definition of half boot

: a boot with a top reaching above the ankle and ending below the knee

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But the Democrats of Dallas County who had gathered for their spring fund-raiser were brought to their feet by a lean man from Missouri dressed in standard-issue millennial garb: suit jacket, bluejeans, narrow tie and two-tone half boots. Michael Tackett, New York Times, "Three Younger Veterans Stake a Generational Claim on the Democratic Party," 28 May 2018

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First Known Use of half boot

1771, in the meaning defined above

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