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bootee

[ boo-tee, boo-tee ]
/ buˈti, ˈbu ti /
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noun
a less common variant of bootie.
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Origin of bootee

An Americanism dating back to 1790–1800; boot1 + -ee, perhaps as pseudo-French spelling of -y2 (-ie)

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH bootee

bootee , booty
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How to use bootee in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for bootee

bootee

bootie

/ (ˈbuːtiː, buːˈtiː) /

noun
a soft shoe for a baby, esp a knitted one
a boot for women and children, esp an ankle-length one
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