- a high boot, especially one having a cuff of a different material, color, etc., from the rest of the boot.
Origin of top boot
Examples from the Web for top boot
Historical Examples of top boot
The latter, after remaining some time, was burnt, and the top-boot chopped off.Bygone Punishments
I took the knife quickly from my pocket, and stuck it into my top-boot.Jewish Children
Sholem Naumovich Rabinovich
In shape the borough is strikingly like a man's leg and foot in a top-boot.The Kensington District
Geraldine Edith Mitton
Pelikan had brought writing materials, a portable inkstand in his trouser pocket, and a quill pen in his top-boot.The Yellow Rose
Their descendant, the top-boot, has reformed itself wonderfully, and nearly all the inconvenience has been got rid of.
- a high boot, often with a decorative or contrasting upper section