Definition of To boot

1. Adverb. In addition, by way of addition; furthermore. "He serves additionally as the CEO"

Exact synonyms: Additionally

Definition of To boot

1. Adverb. (idiomatic) moreover, on top of that, besides, also. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of To Boot

to a turn
to advantage
to all intents and purposes
to an adequate degree
to an extent
to and again
to and fro
to and fros
to arms
to be continued
to be honest
to be precise
to be sure
to beat the band
to begin with
to boot (current term)
to both ears
to date
to death
to die for
to do with
to each his own
to each one
to err is human
to go
to hand
to hell in a handbasket
to hell with
to infinite
to it

Literary usage of To boot

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. King Lear by William Shakespeare (2001)
"to boot, and boot] to faue thee Q,. to boot, to boot Q2. to boot Pope, Han. Jen. ( to boot Han., as a separate line.) Enter Oswald.] Coll. Enter Steward. ..."

2. A Dictionary of the English Language by Samuel Johnson, John Walker, Robert S. Jameson (1828)
"To BOOT, (boot) ยป. a. To profit ; to advantage ; to enrich ; to benefit. ... To BOOT, (boot) va To put on boots. BOOT-CATCHER, (boot'-katsh-i.;r) ns The ..."

3. The Autobiography of Benvenuto Cellini by Benvenuto Cellini (1910)
"r He acquired that thumping fee for his commission, and to boot their favour. Thus it will not serve us in this world to ^ - be merely men of honesty and ..."

4. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1846)
"where worth and talent, and elegance to boot, were often nestled, and which now are the resort of misery, filth, poverty, and vice. ..."

5. Boot Camps for Juvenile Offenders: An Implementation Evaluation of Three by Blair B. Borque (1997)
"Youths Reporting Delinquent and Other Behaviors in the 3 Months Prior to Boot Camp: Cleveland 95 percent reported that in the last 3 months they had: Had ..."

6. A Glossary to the Works of William Shakespeare by Alexander Dyce (1902)
"52; Grace to boot (over and above, in addition), WT i. ... (In the passages, Grace to boot and Saint George to boot, Malone explains to boot by "to help. ..."

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