Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A kind of high boot worn in riding.

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Examples

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  • The front of his breeches was stained with the dark, tarry chemical and some of it had soaked into the leather of his single riding-boot.

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  • It was on one of these that Ricky had left her mark in the clean-cut outline of the sole of her riding-boot.

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  • So it was into his hand she put her small foot in its well-made riding-boot and was swung up by him.

    The Jungle Girl

  • Mrs. Yellett flicked her riding-boot with her whip.

    Judith of the Plains

  • It was on one of these that Ricky had left her mark in die clean-cut outline of die sole of her riding-boot.

    Ralestone Luck

  • A number eight box-toed riding-boot planted suddenly in the pit of one's stomach brings about the same result as a kick from a vigorous Missouri mule, I should imagine; anyway, that Mounted Policeman was eliminated as

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  • And then through the open window of the parlour came, very unexpectedly and suddenly, a leg in a riding-boot, then another leg, and the whole of the beautiful gentleman stood in front of them.

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  • Saunders got down from it, and stood whipping his riding-boot with his crap and chatting with the young woman who had driven him home.

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