boot out


  • WordNet 3.6
    • v boot out put out or expel from a place "The unruly student was excluded from the game"
    • v boot out remove from a position or office "The chairman was ousted after he misappropriated funds"
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In literature:

But when we marched out we were clad once more in new tunics, new trousers, and new boots, and looked very smart.
"The Fife and Forfar Yeomanry" by D. D. Ogilvie
A boot came out on the line in answer to my call, so easily, too, that I suspected a trick.
"Voyage of the Liberdade" by Captain Joshua Slocum
Then he pulled on his great sea-boots and cap and went out to look for her.
"The Empire Annual for Girls, 1911" by Various
When I heard him walk to the door in his boots, I ventured to peep; and there he was, going out with his bag in his hand.
"The Wit and Humor of America, Volume IV. (of X.)" by Various
There was the sound of blows, a quick scuffling of feet and the second offender was booted out of the door.
"Benefits Forgot" by Honoré Willsie
You save your life by wriggling your foot out of your boot.
"Steve Yeager" by William MacLeod Raine
In the tiny crew quarters, he shut the door to the galley and stripped out of his wet coveralls and boots.
"Code Three" by Rick Raphael
But, turning about for a while, I saw that he had unlaced his left boot and was holding it out.
"Foe-Farrell" by Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
He turned and walked out of the library, his boots creaking very loudly in that awe-inspiring silence.
"The Devil Doctor" by Sax Rohmer
She went out of the yard as fast as the big boots would allow.
"Dotty Dimple's Flyaway" by Sophie May

In poetry:

‘You mangy beast, out of the way
before you taste my bayonet.
Old mongrel world, clear off I say!
I’ll have your hide to sole my boot!
"from The Twelve" by Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Blok
And Puss, at the peep of dawn,
Was out upon the street,
With shreds of parsley in her bag,
And the boots upon her feet.
She was on her way to the woods, for game,
And soon to the rabbit-warren came.
"Puss In Boots" by Clara Doty Bates
How you hate being brushed with the boot-brush, to brush
all that dust out of your wrinkled face.
Don't you?
How you hate being made to look undignified. Ma'am;
How you hate being laughed at, Miss Superb!
"Bibbles" by D H Lawrence
I must go from this place. I cannot rest.
It boots not staying. A desire like thirst
Awakes within me, or a new child-heart,
To be abroad on the mysterious earth,
Out with the moon in all the blowing winds.
"Within and Without: Part I: A Dramatic Poem" by George MacDonald
And fair-haired Donough, is not that the pity,
You that would carry well a spur or a boot;
I would put clothes in the fashion on you from cloth that would be lasting;
I would send you out like a gentleman's son.
"A Lament For Fair-Haired Donough That Was Hanged In Galway" by Lady Augusta Gregory
We've marched a 'undred miles to-day — we've 'undreds more to go,
An' if you don't believe me, why, I'll tell you 'ow I know,
I've measured out the distance by the blister on my toe,
For I've got my foreign service boots this mornin'.
"The Route March" by Cicely Fox Smith

In news:

It's time to bury your bikini's and bring out the boots, fall coats and cozy sweaters.
Turn-out gear is the equipment firefighters wear when battling a blaze, including boots, heavy coat, etc.
Dust off those cowboy boots and pull out those special jeans for a night of two stepping fun.
Durham Hillside was booted out of the state football playoffs for the second time in four year on a roughing the snapper penalty as it lost to Southeast Guilford 17-14.
Hindu temple's desecration evidence of intolerant America *Voters should boot out disrespectful pols *Don't have money to give.
After a dreary winter day, you come home, slip out of your cozy waterproof coat and boots, and get the kids started on their homework.
Getting a Kick out of 'Kinky Boots.
Tedy Bruschi (FSY) started his training for Mount Kilimanjaro by working out on the stair-climber and treadmill in his hiking boots.
Getting a Kick out of ' Kinky Boots.
Unlike mohair and go-go boots, some fashion looks never go out of style or out of season.
What started out two days after superstorm Sandy as a collection site in Lindenhurst has become a community lifeline for hundreds -- offering everything from hot buffet-style fare to roof tarps to boots.
Booting the locust swarm out the door.
Bring a can of food and Inland residents can work out at an Orangecrest fitness boot camp for free on Thursday, Nov 22.
But coats and boots are not the only way you can help out the local community.
Under a crisp sky with stars popping out to join the sliver of a moon, men in cowboy hats, boots, jeans and occasionally chaps, join cowgirls as they tend old-fashioned cast-iron Dutch ovens , fueled by glowing coals.

In science:

You may find out if they did this during the initial cluster power-on as a number of nodes will fail to boot without direct user interaction.
Cluster Computing White Paper