Definition of 'to boot'
Example sentences containing 'to boot'
The immigration officers were black -- and unsmiling to boot, because if you're an official you must be severe-looking.SEIZE THE RECKLESS WIND (2001)
The bone of contention was Father Battersby, who is apparently too High Church for Mary and her gang, and celibate to boot.THE DISPOSAL OF THE LIVING (2001) AFTERMATH (2001)
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