Alternative terms for "Thigh boots"

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thigh Boots

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

Literary usage of Thigh boots

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1. Master Humphrey's Clock by Charles Dickens (1841)
"... fresh from a slaughter-house, whose dress and great thigh-boots smoked hot with grease and blood, raised a pole-axe, and swearing a horrible oath, ..."

2. Master Humphrey's Clock by Charles Dickens (1841)
"... fresh from a slaughter-house, whose dress and great thigh-boots smoked hot with grease and blood, raised a pole-axe, and swearing a horrible oath, ..."

3. The Business of War by Isaac Frederick Marcosson (1918)
"The chief items salvaged are thigh boots used in the trenches, capes, coats and ground sheets upon which the soldiers sleep. The usual story of economy is ..."

4. The Business of War by Isaac Frederick Marcosson (1918)
"The chief items salvaged are thigh boots used in the trenches, capes, coats and ground sheets upon which the soldiers sleep. The usual story of economy is ..."

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