Definition of boot-scooting in English:

boot-scooting

noun

  • another term for line dancing
    • ‘These four ranch getaways are ideal for boot-scooting, horseback-riding, cattle-wrangling, hay-baling, body-toning fun.’
    • ‘Polish up your western boots, slam on a cowboy hat and head to Oxford Street West for our first singing/shopping/boot-scooting festival.’
    • ‘They manage to generate a fair amount of redneckish swing at times (even prompting one boot-scooting lassie to shimmy up onto the floor and raise some eyebrows), but one major complaint is this: these guys are older blokes.’
    • ‘A solid oak floor makes for good boot-scooting to the country music played by a DJ.’
    • ‘They are a bunch of line-dancing, boot-scooting bullies with narrow minds towards today's music!’

Pronunciation:

boot-scooting

/ˈbo͞otˌsko͞odiNG/