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A warm waterproof boot worn in the snow.
gumboot, wellington, wader, walking boot, riding boot, field boot, jackboot, thigh boot, half-boot, ankle boot, pixie boot, chelsea boot, balmoral, desert boot, moon boot, snow bootView synonyms
- ‘Lily hurriedly threw her ski cap over her head and jumped into her snow boots as A.J. and Chase ran down the hallway ahead of her.’
- ‘Which kinda means girls like me, who like to wear a nice pair of heeled boots and a short skirt, are instead having to wear thermal underwear, thick trousers and snow boots.’
- ‘Flip flops were traded in for snow boots and snowplows were being fired up.’
- ‘At that time, I didn't have any snow boots, just leather hiking boots, and poor ones at that.’
- ‘But since we can recognise that it's happening, we can quickly get over it and get to the part where we laugh and point out chicks with snow boots and discuss hypothetical affairs.’
- ‘The first thing we had to do was climb into our winter suits - which looked a bit like padded overalls - and snow boots as the next leg of the journey was to take place aboard a dog sled.’
- ‘Halloween will arrive and there will be zero chance that I will need to wear a parka and snow boots as I occasionally would as a child.’
- ‘He wears snow boots in New Hampshire in January purely because somebody told him it would make him more appealing to women.’
- ‘Pulling the locker open, he grabbed his regular snow boots and ripped off the ski boots; stuffing his feet into the other ones in the process.’
- ‘I followed the trail of wet footprints and found Andy sitting on the couch watching TV, still wearing his soaking snow boots.’
- ‘Warm-toned limestone floors withstand the traffic of snow boots, and rich burgundy waxed stucco provides an inexpensive alternative to Venetian stucco lustro.’
- ‘After putting on the snow boots he kept at the cabin, Dane made his way out the doors, grateful for the time he wouldn't be in Sienna's presence.’
- ‘I no longer had to wear my winter jacket and my snow boots.’
- ‘A good winter coat with a hood, insulated snow boots, gloves and any specialty clothing or shoes should be purchased before arrival.’
- ‘The couple finished their routine and quickly switched from the skates to snow boots while singing the chorus again.’
- ‘Even though it was cold, Naomi wore cut-off denim shorts with her snow boots, and the beaded sweater did anything but complement it.’
- ‘First, racers discard heavy snow boots in favor of a running shoe or perhaps a lightweight hiking boot.’
- ‘Thirdly, this particular hiker wasn't kitted out in snow boots, but in small trainers.’
- ‘At about noon Mom grabbed her car keys, her winter coat, snow boots, hat, scarf, and gloves and said she had to go to work.’
- ‘She pulled on one of her snow boots, tied the laces, and reached for its mate.’
snow boot/ˈsnō ˌbo͞ot/
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