boot boy

  1. a member of a gang of hooligans who usually wear heavy boots

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How to use boot boy in a sentence

  • “He, he, he,” laughed the boot boy as he turned them up for me to look at.

    The O'Conors of Castle Conor | Anthony Trollope
  • And yet another language—spoken with the real accent too—in which he converses with the boot-boy and the grooms.

    Harding's luck | E. [Edith] Nesbit
  • The boot-boy was forgiven; Princeford faded into the background of insignificance from which he had temporarily emerged.

    The Loom of Youth | Alec Waugh
  • Then I ask him for some spectacle in the town, and he sent boot boy with me so far as the theatre, and I go in to pay.

  • It had been left to Jack-boot-boy to finish the contemptible acts.

    Dorothy at Oak Knowe | Evelyn Raymond