- n. Plural form of bootee.
“I am sure you could have “borrowed” some nice bootees from the Land Shark team for Kibble on February 11, 2009 at 7: 23 pm | Reply Phil”
“Having a list of bootees is not in a true sense outwitting, it’s out-scooping,? the Web master of a popular Survivor fan site told me in an interview three years ago.?”
“McLoed gets at what’s perhaps the nut of the whole online Survivor phenomena: Having a list of bootees is not in a true sense outwitting, it’s out-scooping.”
“Ditto police dogs, unless they are muzzled and wear little bootees. on January 11, 2009 at 6: 55 am | Reply Advocatus Diabolis”
“Spotted as she and Emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al Thani? one of the world's richest monarchs? toured the Olympic stadium in east London with the Queen and Prince Philip, the shoes Missned was sporting appeared to combine trainers, stilettos and bootees into something nearer contemporary sculpture than couture.”
“The gang met this weekend, planning their strategy for squashed-strawberry chucking (yes, it's Wimbeldon next week) and seeing off the Rottweillers by knitting them little pink bootees, causing them to slink away in embarrassment.”
“The ME was a young kid, brown-skinned like Lash, wearing a fur-hooded L.L. Bean parka over evidence-preserving Tyvek overalls and bootees.”
“I learnt this weekend that once again an edict has been issued that: Police sniffer dogs will have to wear bootees when searching the homes of Muslims so as not to cause offence.”
“My paper bootees made a loud swishing sound against the industrial-tile floor as I entered the newsroom from the back hallway.”
“She trailed off as she saw the blue bootees on my feet.”
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