booted definition

  • adjective:
    • Wearing shoes.
    • sporting shoes, specifically boots with lengthy tops, for operating.
    • Having an undivided, horny, bootlike covering; -- stated for the tarsus of some birds.
    • putting on boots
    • Wearing shoes.
    • Using boots, especially boots with lengthy tops, in terms of driving.
    • Having an undivided, horny, bootlike covering; -- stated of this tarsus of some birds.
    • putting on boots
  • verb:
    • Easy past tense and previous participle of boot.
    • Easy past tense and previous participle of boot.
  • others:
    • Having boots in; equipped with shoes; especially, equipped for operating: as, booted and spurred; “a booted judge,”
    • In ornithology: obtaining the tarsi covered with feathers; braccate: as, the booted eagle. See cut under braccate.
    • Having the tarsi enveloped in a boot, this is certainly, perhaps not split over the acrotarsium, or having just a few scales or scutella close to the feet; holothecal; ocreate: because, a booted tarsus. See boot, 6.
    • Having shoes in; loaded with shoes; particularly, prepared for riding: as, booted and spurred; “a booted judge,”
    • In ornithology: obtaining the tarsi covered with feathers; braccate: because, the booted eagle. See cut under braccate.
    • obtaining the tarsi enveloped in a boot, that is, not divided along the acrotarsium, or having just a few scales or scutella close to the feet; holothecal; ocreate: because, a booted tarsus. See boot, 6.

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