riding boot


noun
  1. a knee-high boot of black or brown leather, without fastenings, forming part of a riding habit.

Origin of riding boot

1
First recorded in 1850–55

Words Nearby riding boot

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How to use riding boot in a sentence

  • Then we would never have gotten this far, Valerie declared, struggling to pull on a brown riding boot.

  • The colonel noted with a good-natured surprise the position of his stout riding-boot, and withdrew it.

    The Isle of Unrest | Henry Seton Merriman
  • "To Courtland," he confessed, somewhat reluctantly, looking down at the peaked toe of his tanned leather riding-boot.

    Joan of the Sword Hand | S(amuel) R(utherford) Crockett
  • He was standing at the door, tapping his riding-boot impatiently with a heavy whip; a man was holding his horse in readiness.

    Out on the Pampas | G. A. Henty
  • It was on one of these that Ricky had left her mark in the clean-cut outline of the sole of her riding-boot.

    Ralestone Luck | Andre Norton