Definition of Botties

1. Noun. (plural of botty) ¹



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Definition of Botties

1. botty [n] - See also: botty

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Botties

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

Literary usage of Botties

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1. Indian Basketry by George Wharton James (1903)
"... Water botties. basket, into which, after pouring her liquid, uncooked food, she dropped heated rocks, and thus conveyed fire into her pot, ..."

2. The Popular and Critical Bible Encyclopædia and Scriptural Dictionary, Fully by Samuel Fallows, Andrew Constantinides Zenos, Herbert Lockwood Willett (1910)
"... old botties, else the neos oinos will burst the bottles and be spilled, ... and both are preserved,'—the allusion is to the iarg skin botties of the ..."

3. Latin-American Year Book for Investors and Merchants for 1918- (1920)
"Bitters—Angostura, up to 68° in bottles of about to litre, $,54; Bitters—botties of other marks, $.27; Bitters—up to 78°, $.29; Cane—bottles, $.25; ..."

4. Building of Vital Power: Deep Breathing and a Complete System for by Bernarr Macfadden (1904)
"Secure neck, and around the upper part of two botties from each bottle. The bottle with the hole one to two gallons in size, according to the ca- in the ..."

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