[ boot-top-ing ]
/ ˈbutˌtɒp ɪŋ /
the area between the water lines of a ship when fully loaded and when unloaded.
a distinctive band of paint covering this area.
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- boots and all,
- boots and saddles,
- bootstrap memory,
- booty call,
- booze cruise
Origin of boottopping
Also called boot·top [boot-top] /ˈbutˌtɒp/.
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the part of a ship's hull that is between the load line and the water line when the ship is not loaded
a coating applied to this part of a ship to remove marine growth
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