A bootee is a
garmentlike a thick sockto keep the feet warm.
They are usually worn by people who do not walk (e.g. babies), as walking would soon wear holes in soft bootees.
Sometimes bootees are worn by
sledge dogs in very cold Arcticconditions: see Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.
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Bootee — Boot*ee , n. A half boot or short boot. [1913 Webster] || … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
bootee — (also bootie) ► NOUN 1) a baby s soft shoe. 2) a woman s short boot … English terms dictionary
bootee — ☆ bootee [bo͞o tē′; ] for 2 [ bo͞ot′ē ] n. [ BOOT1 + EE1] 1. a short boot or light overshoe worn by women and children 2. a baby s soft, knitted or cloth shoe … English World dictionary
bootee — or bootie noun Date: 1799 a usually ankle length boot, slipper, or sock; especially an infant s knitted or crocheted sock … New Collegiate Dictionary
bootee — /booh tee / or, esp. for 1, 3 /booh tee/, n. 1. Also, bootie. a baby s socklike shoe, usually knitted or crocheted, and calf length or shorter. 2. any boot having a short leg. 3. bootie (def. 1). [1790 1800, Amer.; BOOT1 + ee, perh. as pseudo F… … Universalium
bootee — noun a) A soft, woolen shoe for a baby. Take off the babys bootees before you put her in the crib. b) A thick sock worn under a wetsuit. Surgeons often slip on bootees before entering the operating room … Wiktionary
bootee — boot|ee bootie [ˈbu:ti:, bu:ˈti:] n a short thick sock that a baby wears instead of a shoe … Dictionary of contemporary English
bootee — [[t]bu͟ːti͟ː[/t]] bootees, booties (plural) 1) N COUNT: usu pl Bootees are short woollen socks that babies wear instead of shoes. 2) N COUNT Bootees are short boots which come to just above the ankle. They are worn especially by women and girls … English dictionary
bootee — n. low knitted shoe for a baby; ankle length boot; disposable foot covering … English contemporary dictionary
bootee — [bu: ti:] (also bootie) noun 1》 a baby s soft woollen shoe. 2》 a woman s short boot … English new terms dictionary