Definition of Hip boot
1. Noun. A very high boot; used especially for fishing.
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Literary usage of Hip boot
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1. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"... the leather soled boot, the thigh boot and the hip boot, the latter being tne longest and coming up over the hip with a strap to attach it to the belt, ..."
2. Trout Lore by Onnie Warren Smith (1917)
"... anything of the sort, filled with water is mighty uncomfortable. The writer must plead guilty to using a medium- priced hip-boot in nearly all of his ..."
3. "And They Thought We Wouldn't Fight." by Floyd Phillips Gibbons (1918)
"... he had poured the sweetmeats in overflowing measure into the biggest hip boot in the regiment. Amid the cheers of the men, led by big Moriarity, ..."
4. Sessional Papersby Canada Parliament by Canada Parliament (1901)
"... 208 Ih* at 5c ; 3 windows, 96 ; Eng. proof hip boot«, 2 prs at 88 ; 1 doz axes, 818.50 ;| Burton, R : 600 ft lumber, 87 ; use of boat during April, ..."
5. Alabama's Own in France by William Henry Amerine (1919)
"... Cook William Gaffney, from Birmingham, Ala., a member of Company "K," put on over his face a rubber hip boot, not being able to find a gas mask. ..."