Definition of old boot in English:

old boot

phrase

informal
  • An ugly or disliked old woman.

    • ‘She was dying to chat to me, but to be honest I couldn't be bothered to talk to this old boot.’
    • ‘Imagine feeling a little bored while you're sketching a gnarled old boot in your art class.’
    • ‘What's more, she was a hilariously demanding old boot who would be so much fun to write about.’
    • ‘She's a miserable old boot with no life or much of a sense of humour.’
    • ‘Is it just me or is Chantelle looking like a right old boot?’
    • ‘Nah, she's a miserable old boot with a cheerless face when the camera's off her.’
    • ‘I blame Miss Patterson my old computing teacher at school (right old boot), nothing else!’