combat boot


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n combat boot a boot reaching halfway up to the knee
    • ***


In literature:

I wrote a stern reply to him, and offered him mortal combat with boot-jacks at a hundred yards.
"The Wit and Humor of America, Volume X (of X)" by Various
With his fork and his booted foot he threw himself upon the combatants furiously, striving to separate them.
"Kings in Exile" by Sir Charles George Douglas Roberts
Now I'm gonna give you just five minutes to fall out in front in fatigues and combat boots.
"Sonny" by Rick Raphael

In news:

Get out the black eyeliner and combat boots.
Dressed to Kilt Kyle MacLachlan rocked combat boots with his kilt .
Directed by Danish filmmaker Lone Scherfig from a screenplay by David Nicholls, based on his novel, One Day stars Anne Hathaway as Emma, a too-serious would-be writer in Coke-bottle glasses and combat boots.
Last year Granger Smith and his band left South Austin on a 100 mile trek to Fort Hood in combat boots to show support for our military men and women.
Combat boots are everywhere this season, and while we love our heels, we're glad that flats are here to stay.
But we have a pretty good idea about what kind of person Granger Smith is, even though we haven't laced up his combat boots.
Dudes wearing cutoff camo jorts and combat boots.
Financial app and combat boots.
Combat vet with PTSD booted from Army, barred from healthcare.
Combat Vet With PTSD Booted From Army, Barred From Healthcare.
Long olive-green socks hung like drapes over combat boots a few sizes too large.
Johnson Controls prepared 20 territory managers (TMs) for marketing combat during the first 2007 York® Boot Camp at the company's corporate headquarters.
Thus spake a lost breed of combat-booted guttersnipes before hanging their spiky-haired heads and collectively weeping.