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  • n. Plural form of bootmaker.


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  • The bootmakers sit at benches on rolling exercise-ball chairs.

    The Yankee King of Cowboy Boots

  • He regularly studies antique bootmaking books and manuals from the 19th century and early 20th century, and he seeks out aging bootmakers at bootmaking conventions, seeking to borrow and preserve their techniques.

    The Yankee King of Cowboy Boots

  • The artist is Roman Vaingauz; his dad and grandfather were also bootmakers.

    New York

  • M.L. Leddy's skilled bootmakers use the materials the customer wants.

    Rodeo Brings Out Boots

  • We started off on the right foot, with a very pleasant round of tailors and gunsmiths and bootmakers and the rest, for the child hadn't a stick or stitch for a soldier, and I aimed to see him - and myself - bang up to the nines.

    The Sky Writer

  • I have for years "outsourced" some of my needs to Mexican craftspeople - especially tailors and bootmakers.

    Tijuana: a taste of Mexico - part 3

  • Dorrit caused him to be measured for new raiment by the hosiers, tailors, hatters, and bootmakers whom he called in for himself; and ordered that his old clothes should be taken from him and burned.

    Little Dorrit

  • But the delight of these martyrs is at the highest in the presence of their tailors; or, higher still, perhaps, in that of their bootmakers.

    Hunting Sketches

  • On seeing the crowd and the bloodstained man the workman ceased speaking, and with eager curiosity all the bootmakers joined the moving crowd.

    War and Peace

  •,, and are some of the many bootmakers you can find online.

    How To Buy & Sell just about Everything


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