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OTHER WORDS FROM bootedun·boot·ed, adjectivewell-booted, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for booted
The group so extreme it got booted from al Qaeda controls huge swaths of territory.
Harry Hudson can pinpoint the exact minute he was booted out of the Garden of Eden.
If the cocker spaniel has to be booted out, then the cocker spaniel has to be booted out.
Will Rachel gain admission to Fantasy Island (i.e., upper-crust Singapore) or be booted off, or flee in revulsion?
One student, Leah Reis-Dennis, started an online petition on Change.org to get him booted off the show.
Bo Rayner's little, booted feet were tied together with one end of a lasso and the other end trailed off over the ground.The Man of the Forest|Zane Grey
Baron Balt Haer, wearing a colonel's uniform and flicking his swagger stick along his booted leg, stood in the doorway.Frigid Fracas|Dallas McCord Reynolds
Ricky sat down on the edge of the platform and dangled her booted feet.Ralestone Luck|Andre Norton
You know yourself that anybody who talks against the Northeastern is booted down and blacklisted.Mr. Crewe's Career, Complete|Winston Churchill
A spurred and booted rider, his swarthy face gray with dust, strode in, nodded to the group and called for whiskey.Overland Red|Henry Herbert Knibbs
British Dictionary definitions for booted
- (of birds) having an undivided tarsus covered with a horny sheath
- (of poultry) having a feathered tarsus