[ guhm-boot ]
/ ˈgʌmˌbut /
a rubber boot.
Origin of gumboot
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Examples from the Web for gumboots
We change into gumboots in an old cellar and our journey commences.
The men crept along on sodden, swollen feet—no gumboots had been obtainable.On the King's Service|Innes Logan
/ (ˈɡʌmˌbuːts) /
another name for Wellington boots (def. 1)
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