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  • n. Plural form of topboot.


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  • When she frowned, defeated, Caro hid a smile; for this setting, for his role, Michael was sartorially impeccable in a perfectly tailored riding jacket in brown-and-green tweed, his cravat snowy white, simply styled, his waistcoat an understated brown velvet, his breeches tight-fitting buckskins that disppeared into gleaming topboots.

    The Ideal Bride

  • He voted for it and put on his topboots to ride to Dublin from the


  • He was surely wearing the same topboots and the same caped greatcoat that he had been wearing the day before.

    Snow Angels

  • He looked huge, clad still in his greatcoat and topboots.

    Ungrateful Governess

  • He led him up the stairs, past the Count who, as always dressed in his black riding coat and odd white topboots, fell into step behind.

    Sharpe's Rifles

  • Early the next morning we waded through the river, wearing only a hat and shirt, and carrying our topboots over the shoulder.

    With Steyn and De Wet

  • White broadcloth breeches tucked into high topboots.

    Patriotic Plays and Pageants for Young People

  • Further, when they walked past the judge's stand, Madame Mursois, to whom he gave his arm, had the delight of being escorted in public by a cavalier in an orange jacket and topboots.

    The French Immortals Series — Complete

  • They had huge ear-rings in their ears, and their antiquated topboots -- much better, however, than the Yün-nan topboot -- gave them a peculiar appearance as they tramped downward in the frost.

    Across China on Foot

  • Agnes was both frightened and angry as she listened to the man in the topboots.

    The Corner House Girls at School


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