Definition of Bottines

1. bottine [n] - See also: bottine



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bottines

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

Literary usage of Bottines

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The French Newspaper Reading Book: Containing Extracts from Twenty by George John Tossell (1884)
"20 Pour une paire de bottines.—A Marseille, les agents ont amené le 24 juin à la Permanence, le nommé James Harley, chauffeur, de nationalité américaine, ..."

2. The History of Paris from the Earliest Period to the Present Day: Containing (1825)
"L'ordonnateur principal :—Habit long, veste et pantalon de drap violet, bottines; manteau court de drap noir; chapeau relevé de trois côtés, et garni d'un ..."

3. The French Newspaper Reading Book: Containing Extracts from Twenty by George John Tossell (1884)
"20 Pour une paire de bottines.—A Marseille, les agents ont amené le 24 juin à la Permanence, le nommé James Harley, chauffeur, de nationalité américaine, ..."

4. The History of Paris from the Earliest Period to the Present Day: Containing (1825)
"L'ordonnateur principal :—Habit long, veste et pantalon de drap violet, bottines; manteau court de drap noir; chapeau relevé de trois côtés, et garni d'un ..."

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