Definition of Thigh boot

1. Noun. A very high boot; used especially for fishing.

Exact synonyms: Hip Boot
Generic synonyms: Boot
Specialized synonyms: Waders



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thigh Boot

thievish
thievishly
thievishness
thievishnesses
thig
thigger
thiggers
thigging
thiggings
thiggit
thigh
thigh-high
thigh-slapper
thigh-slappers
thigh bone
thigh boot (current term)
thigh boots
thigh joint
thigh master
thigh masters
thigh pad
thigh slapper
thigh slappers
thighbone
thighbones
thighed
thighless
thighs
thighward

Literary usage of Thigh boot

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

1. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"... besides the regular height, there is the half-high boot, the leather soled boot, the thigh boot and the hip boot, the latter being tne longest and ..."

2. Certain Delightful English Towns: With Glimpses of the Pleasant Country Between by William Dean Howells (1906)
"With the toe of his huge thigh-boot one of them tenderly touches the edge of the wharf, as the boatload of fish swerves up to it, and then steps ashore to ..."

3. Certain Delightful English Towns: With Glimpses of the Pleasant Country Between by William Dean Howells (1906)
"With the toe of his huge thigh-boot one of them tenderly touches the edge of the wharf, as the boatload of fish swerves up to it, and then steps ashore to ..."

4. Certain Delightful English Towns: With Glimpses of the Pleasant Country Between by William Dean Howells (1906)
"With the toe of his huge thigh-boot one of them tenderly touches the edge of the wharf, as the boatload of fish swerves up to it, and then steps ashore to ..."

5. London Films and Certain Delightful English Towns by William Dean Howells (1911)
"With the toe of his huge thigh-boot one of them tenderly touches the edge of the wharf, as the boatload of fish swerves up to it, and then steps ashore to ..."

6. Life in Victoria: Or, Victoria in 1853, and Victoria in 1858, Showing the by William Kelly (1859)
"... from the thigh boot to the Oxford shoes, laced-up water-tights, with their thickly iron-shod soles, and women's leather-topped boots, and an infinity of ..."

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