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Fill Your Boots

Jonathan, who lives in Dallas, Texas, is originally from Prince Edward Island, Canada, where he often heard the phrase fill your boots, an injunction that means “help yourself.” Variants include dig in and fill your boots, eat up and...

Betting Boots and Britches

The phrases “You bet your boots!”” and “You bet your britches!” mean “without a doubt” and most likely originate from gambling culture, where you wouldn’t want to bet your boots or trousers without...

outsert

outsert  n.— «Could the glossy special “outsert,” as it is called in the industry, finally become the long-sought glossy shelter and entertainment magazine that Madden has always craved?» —“Daily News Boots Unsuspecting...