Definition of Top boot
1. Noun. A boot reaching halfway up to the knee.
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Literary usage of Top boot
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1. Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Charles Knight (1841)
"In closing the top-boot, it usually goes twice through the hands of the workman; tho first time to do what is called the tongue part, the closing ol the ..."
2. A Glossary of Words Used in the Wapentakes of Manley and Corringham by Edward Peacock (1877)
"Top-boot. These were the common dress of the old race of farmers. ... The date of the introduction of the top-boot into the hunting-field is in some measure ..."
3. Goin' Fishin': Weather and Feed Facts; the Fresh-water Game Fish; the by Carroll Blaine Cook (1920)
"For mountain work and hiding, the high-top boot is a very good piece of kit ... One very important thing in the high-top boot is to keep the leather soft ..."
4. The New Sporting Magazine (1839)
"... their improvement of hunting costume, and to question any advantage over the old top-boot, when the knees are fortified from thorns by good buckskin. ..."
5. Further Stories of Ireland by Samuel Lover (1899)
"Well, thry the top boot," said Peter, pointing to the roof of the coach. "May the divil run a huntin' wid you and your top boot," said the guard in a ..."