Definition of Bootlicked

1. Verb. (past of bootlick) ¹



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Definition of Bootlicked

1. bootlick [v] - See also: bootlick

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bootlicked

bootle
bootleg
bootlegged
bootlegger
bootlegger reverse
bootlegger reverses
bootleggers
bootlegging
bootlegs
bootles
bootless
bootlessly
bootlessness
bootlessnesses
bootlick
bootlicked (current term)
bootlicker
bootlickers
bootlicking
bootlicks
bootlike
bootload
bootloader
bootloaders
bootloads
bootmaker
bootmakers
bootmaking
bootneck
bootnecks

Literary usage of Bootlicked

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1. For France by Charles Hanson Towne, Booth Tarkington, Theodore Roosevelt, George Ade, Boardman Robinson, Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton, Hamlin Garland (1917)
"They are flattered and bootlicked so much and told so often that they are noble self-sacrificing "examples to society" that they really think there's ..."

2. The Spinster: A Novel Wherein a Nineteenth Century Girl Finds Her Place in by Sarah Norcliffe Cleghorn, Henry Holt and Company (1916)
"She not only had a boy, but a big, stalwart, self-sufficient fellow, who neither ground at his books nor " bootlicked the profs." The only thing was, ..."

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