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  • adj. Not wearing boots.
  • adj. Not having been booted.

Etymologies

un- +‎ booted (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • December 16, 2006 • 2: 55 pm the woman i call a blog goddess get electrocuted suited unbooted this house of a hardened heart cannot be looted

    the woman i call a blog goddess « bollywoods most wanted photographerno1

  • Now he was a broken-down old man — whose mind had been, as it were, unbooted and put into moral slippers for the remainder of its term of existence upon earth.

    Phineas Redux

  • Of Joisan herself - but those thoughts I battled, summoning always in answer to them the memory of her expression when she had seen my unbooted feet.

    The Crystal Gryphon

  • There were red mittenless hands and unbooted feet in low shoes that were not new.

    The Dollmaker

  • They were people who looked much like those she had seen on the train: women like herself, clutching boxes and babies, shivering in huddles of toe-hopping, teeth-chattering children; the girls especially suffered, dressed as they were, like her own girls, in shortish coats and flimsy rayon dresses, their unbooted feet in low shoes and socks.

    The Dollmaker

  • M. de Chevreuse, whom I found when the King was being unbooted, proposed that we should go and pay our compliments to M. de la Rochefoucauld.

    Court Memoirs of France Series — Complete

  • The face rose; a pair of shoulders, a portly body, and a pair of unbooted legs became visible.

    Clementina

  • But these boulders, thrown in by the natives; and easily grasped by their unbooted feet, are simply a snare to us; we invariably slip off them into the water.

    Insulinde: Experiences of a Naturalist's Wife in the Eastern Archipelago

  • Now he was a broken-down old man -- whose mind had been, as it were, unbooted and put into moral slippers for the remainder of its term of existence upon earth.

    Phineas Redux

  • Now he was a broken-down old man, -- whose mind had been, as it were, unbooted and put into moral slippers for the remainder of its term of existence upon earth.

    Phineas Redux

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