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slyboots

[ slahy-boots ]
/ ˈslaɪˌbuts /
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noun (used with a singular verb)
an engagingly sly or mischievous person.
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Origin of slyboots

1690–1700; sly + boots (plural of boot1), used metonymically; cf. boots

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British Dictionary definitions for slyboots

slyboots
/ (ˈslaɪˌbuːts) /

pl n
(functioning as singular) a person who is sly
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