riding boot

  1. a boot without laces that is worn for riding horses; part of a riding habit
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How To Use riding boot In A Sentence

  • Look out for cheap seconds of new leather riding boots.
  • The charms included a pair of riding boots, a pair of rugby boots signifying when their son played his first game, a little church, a telephone kiosk and a gypsy caravan.
  • The riding boot he left behind is on display in a Riga museum!
  • She was dressed in beige breeches, a black sweater and riding boots.
  • You may have noticed, a riding boot greatly eases my infirmity.
  • All about him my lord's clothing was strewn; Mechlin ruffles and cravats adorned one chair, silk hose another; gorgeous coats hung on their backs; shoes of every description, red-heeled and white, riding boots and slippers, stood in a row awaiting attention; wigs perched coquettishly on handy projections, and piles of white cambric shirts peeped out from an almost finished bag. The Black Moth: A Romance of the XVIII Century
  • Inevitably it dwelled on his flamboyance—the polished riding boots, whip, and pearl-handled revolvers—at the expense of the expertise and flair he brought to warfare.
  • Suitable for sewing riding boot, gym shoes, leisure, sponge shoes, baby's shoes, high grade leather shoes and all kings of cases.
  • But she is also seen in riding boots and jeans, but of the smart variety rather than slouchy ones preferred by Prince Harry.
  • The water wasn't too cold, so they took off their riding boots and rolled up their riding pants, then waded for a while in the cool water, tethering the mares to a nearby tree.
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