Alternative terms for "Hip boots"
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hip Boots
Literary usage of Hip boots
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Trout Lore by Onnie Warren Smith (1917)
"Hip-boots cost up to $8. for the best. The thigh-boots, good for small ... To fall when wading a rapid stream and have the waders or hip- boots fill, ..."
2. Employment Opportunities for Handicapped Men in the Coppersmithing Trade by Bert Jasper Morris (1918)
"Low top boots reach about to the knee ; storm boots to ; little above the knee; sporting boots well up on the hip; am hip boots reach up to the belt to ..."
3. Outing (1893)
"Whether you will wear mackintosh stockings with felt slippers, or light rubber hip-boots, or simply old leather shoes, will require some experience to ..."
4. The Fortification Appropriation Bill: Hearings Before the Subcommittee of (1904)
"I have walked on the bottom and picked up clams, with ordinary hip boots on, in 40 feet of water, without any diving suit or anything of that kind. ..."
5. The War Romance of the Salvation Army by Evangeline Booth, Grace Livingston Hill (1919)
"If the soldier wears hip-boots in the trenches he must take them off every little while and empty the mud out of them which somehow manages to get into even ..."