Definition of Bottes

1. botte [n] - See also: botte



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bottes

botryomycosis
botryomycotic
botryose
botrytis
botrytises
botrytize
botrytized
bots
botswana
bott
bottarga
botte
botted
bottega
bottegas
bottes (current term)
botties
bottine
bottines
botting
bottinoite
bottle
bottle-arse
bottle-cordk
bottle-fed
bottle-feed
bottle-green
bottle-nose
bottle-nose dolphin

Literary usage of Bottes

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1. Niphon and Pe-che-li; Or, Two Years in Japan and Northern China by Edward Barrington De Fonblanque (1862)
"The latter informed us, a propos de bottes, that Englishmen and Americans spoke the same language, sprang from the same stock, and that Shakspeare belonged ..."

2. The royal phraseological English-French, French-English dictionary by John Charles Tarver (1853)
"Une paire de grosses bottes, a pair of strong—heavy boots, ... Otez—tirez ros bottes, take off, pull off your boots. Cirer des bottes, to black boots. ..."

3. Travels During the Years 1787, 1788, & 1789: Undertaken More Particularly by Arthur Young (1794)
"... all may give 1600 bottes of hay, each of lalb. or 19200! ... be reckoned at 500 bottes, at two cuts on a mine, or 1000 the arpent, ..."

4. Tʻoung pao by Demiéville, Paul, Jan Julius Lodewijk Duyvendak, Henri Cordier, Paul Pelliot, Edouard Chavannes, Gustaaf Schlegel (1893)
"Comme on le sait, les officiers chinois ont continué à porter depuis de longues bottes noires, quoique les - tiges soient faites maintenant de soie noire. ..."

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