Definitions

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  • n. A maker of boots; a cobbler.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who makes boots.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who makes boots.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a maker of boots
  • n. a maker of boots

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Examples

  • Whenever Dad needed a new pair he called his bootmaker, and in a month or so they came in the mail.

    Clovis News Journal : News

  • The city clocks were chiming the hour of ten on the following morning when a page from the Savoy approached the shop of Mr. Jarvis, bootmaker, which is situated at no great distance from the hotel.

    Fire-Tongue

  • Ontario Moggs, who was at any rate honest in his philanthropy, and who did in truth believe that it was better that twenty real bootmakers should eat beef daily than that one so-called bootmaker should live in a country residence, -- who believed this and acted on his belief, though he was himself not of the twenty, but rather the one so-called bootmaker who would suffer by the propagation of such a creed, -- was beloved and almost worshipped by the denizens of the Cheshire Cheese.

    Ralph the Heir

  • While a teen in Rutland, he heard a cassette of the Jerry Jeff Walker country song "Charlie Dunn," about the Texas bootmaker.

    The Yankee King of Cowboy Boots

  • The most storied place to find Gaucho boots is Casa Fagliano, a hole-in-the-wall bootmaker in Hurlingham, which is a British suburb of Buenos Aires.

    20 Odd Questions: Stephanie Phair

  • His and Hers Polo Boots-by bootmaker John Lobb John Lobb Polo Boots-by bootmaker John Lobb If she really did have elocution lessons and I'm not saying she did, then surely she's had some equine tuition too?

    Wedding Gifts Unlimited

  • I'm a bootmaker; I'm the last person on earth qualified to be organizing any sort of relief mission - even one that's as small as half a dozen people.

    Jeffrey B. Swartz: Sharing Strength and Sowing Seeds

  • For an altogether tougher gentleman ' s boot, try the Romsey II from bootmaker John Lobb, £ 655.

    What Should He Be Wearing?

  • Unless there is a bootmaker out there who wants to donate their wares to my cause.

    Ye olde Utah Renaissance Festival

  • The challenges I face as a third generation bootmaker are very different ... not necessarily bigger or smaller than the ones that kept my grandfather awake at night, but probably more complex.

    Jeffrey B. Swartz: I Fought the Law and the Law Won

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