- n. Plural form of jackboot.
“And moreover with the jackboots are our hosen covered well.”
“small potatoes" and mocking charges that the men were "armed" and wearing "jackboots" - one carried a billy club, and their boots, Thernstrom noted, "were no different from a pair my husband owns.”
“jackboots' went after 'Joe the Plumber' for asking the 'one' a simple question.”
“Homeland Security) has yet another excuse to invade our malls with TSA jackboots which is in the works already).”
“Yet the Friedmans and Maxes of the world are silent on India and Brazil, they only pop boners when they think of jackboots crushing skulls.”
“They are shaking it their jackboots about the next one.”
“Electronic Arts, 69p, iPad £1.99Turning tower defence on its head, this puts you in the jackboots of the invader, strategically herding your units down maze-like streets to attack various elements of your enemy's war machine while doing your best to ration power ups and avoid being vaporised by turrets lining every road.”
“On Friday we told him: it appears that you have illustrated an item on your blog with a photo of Germans, some wearing jackboots, listening admiringly to Hitler.”
“Or possibly even jackboots with goldfish in the heels?”
“Think of it as a loving spoonful of bitter medicine stomped directly into your skull with a pair of armored jackboots.”
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... as in "by James Joyce"
Words and phrases from Jonathan Stroud's book, The Golem's Eye.
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