booted

[ boo-tid ]
/ ˈbu tɪd /

adjective

equipped with or wearing boots.
Ornithology. (of the tarsus of certain birds) covered with a continuous horny, bootlike sheath.

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Origin of booted

First recorded in 1545–55; boot1 + -ed3

OTHER WORDS FROM booted

un·boot·ed, adjectivewell-booted, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for booted

booted
/ (ˈbuːtɪd) /

adjective

wearing boots
ornithol
  1. (of birds) having an undivided tarsus covered with a horny sheath
  2. (of poultry) having a feathered tarsus
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