meaning of to boot

1. The act or process of daubing a vessels bottom near the surface of the water with a mixture of tallow, sulphur, and resin, as a temporary protection against worms, after the slime, shells, etc. , have been scraped off.
Sheathing a vessel with planking over felt.

Related Words

boottopping | to boot | tolbooth | tollbooth | top boot | wellington boot |

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