Wellington boot

NOUN
  1. (19th century) a man's high tasseled boot
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How To Use Wellington boot In A Sentence

  • We donned our wellington boots and carried our high heels. Times, Sunday Times
  • One of his feet found its way into an enormous wellington boot.
  • The effect was skinhead chic-mod, rounded out by a black leather jacket, jeans and denim shirt, Wellington boots and a white rayon scarf. CORMORANT
  • For a period I went to school in my mother's wellington boots as my mother would not accept handouts. Times, Sunday Times
  • Nearly all the men wore the kalpak and climbed giant trees in nothing more hi-tech than wellington boots to shake down the nuts. Wildwood
  • We donned our wellington boots and carried our high heels. Times, Sunday Times
  • He pushed some loose soil over the hole with his wellington boot and tamped it down.
  • This is the place for stout walking sticks and impressive rows of Wellington boots. Times, Sunday Times
  • He wears a buckskin coat, Wellington boots, and a hat with a rolled brim.
  • This is the place for stout walking sticks and impressive rows of Wellington boots. Times, Sunday Times
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