“I feel that the very mention of the word gumboot, whenever it occurs, is lending a smile to certain of my readers and, perchance, a frown to others.”
“Kayak Bill had often described what he called a "gumboot," remarking that the name was bestowed locally because of the toughness of this aquatic animal when cooked.”
“Some link it to a form of African "gumboot" dancing, which involves performers rhythmically slapping and stamping their feet.”
“Themes included pantsula and gumboot dancing and local jazz, all touchstones of South African music.”
“She was absorbed by the touch pool and especially the gumboot chiton (which resembles a fleshy marine pillbug).”
“(X stands for numbers they change each time) - in the cupboard still there a coat in the middle right and a gumboot far right get these”
“I had heard rumor of the gumboot dance and had nearly seen one at the road show (Suz will elaborate soon) but I was excited to see it first hand.”
“The show features a blend of dance traditions, including Irish step dancing, African gumboot, English sword dancing and Appalachian clog dancing, all accompanied by a fiddler.”
“As it happens, I have a passion for Rameau ... and I also know how to do a gumboot dance!”
“While these cast members aren't miners, they also turned to gumboot dancing as an escape.”
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Types of boots used as footwear, or in a few cases, to protect the feet and legs of horses.
"...waterleg and gumboots each for Bully Hayes and Hurricane Hartigan..." --Finnegans Wake
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