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  • noun Plural form of overboot.


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  • In winter we were dressed in jerseys, felt overboots and mittens, and had a small electric fire when there was a frost.

    Letters: Raised outdoors

  • From the British, there's a pair of heavy steel-spiked overboots an early precursor to crampons that didn't work well at all.

    The South Pole as Goal

  • WALK SOFTLY The fleece overboots that Western hunters use to stalk elk and mule deer work great for stealthy travel in the whitetail woods.

    How to Approach Your Tree Stand Without Spooking Nearby Deer

  • These fleece overboots with soft bottoms slip over your hunting boots for your final approach, enabling you to quietly slip through dry leaves and twigs.

    Stalking Monster Mule Deer in Montana by Bill Heavey

  • He sank on to a bench, just as he was, in his cap, his fur coat, and his felt overboots; his fellow-traveler, the examining magistrate, sat down opposite.

    The Schoolmistress and other stories

  • Lyzhin, sleepy and discontented, put on his felt overboots, his furlined coat, his cap and hood, and went out with the doctor.

    The Schoolmistress and other stories

  • I was very good at climbing: gymnastics had been my speciality at school, but I had my overboots on and it turned out to be a difficult task.

    A Raw Youth

  • Without undressing, he lay down on the leather sofa in front of a round table, put his big feet in their overboots on the table, and began to reflect.

    War and Peace

  • He went all through the house at once — into the parlour, out into the kitchen, then to the rooms upstairs — in his fur coat and overboots.

    A Wanderer Plays on Muted Strings

  • Our enviro-suits, helmets, and overboots were still there.

    Sagittarius Whorl


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