Songs will be sung, tears will be shed, and booties will be twerked.
Anyone having contact with the animals must wear disposable suits and booties to prevent the spread of infections.
And there were booties, a cropped leather jacket, an Alexander McQueen skull scarf and glittering Union Jack clutch.
Therefore, she persuaded Eleanor, that night, to place ready at hand her booties and a heavy ulster.
During the fall, winter, and spring, booties are worn on top of the stockings.
Come, as I'm Lieutenant, and our Captain is prowling, let's to business:—read over the list of our yesterday's booties.
He susteined perill and payne in like sort as the common Souldier did, liberally deuidinge his spoiles and booties amongs them.
"There are booties, flounces and ribands in the shops of Fort de France," Charter replied with delight.
I took some cloth, perhaps from one of my shirts, and made a pair of booties the size of my feet and another larger pair.
"plunder, gain, profit," mid-15c., from Old French butin "booty" (14c.), from a Germanic source akin to Middle Low German bute "exchange." Influenced in form and sense by boot (n.2) and in form by nouns ending in -y. Meaning "female body considered as a sex object" is 1920s, black slang.
: It's about snappin' all the booty rap
captives or cattle or objects of value taken in war. In Canaan all that breathed were to be destroyed (Deut. 20: 16). The "pictures and images" of the Canaanites were to be destroyed also (Num. 33:52). The law of booty as to its division is laid down in Num. 31:26-47. David afterwards introduced a regulation that the baggage-guard should share the booty equally with the soldiers engaged in battle. He also devoted of the spoils of war for the temple (1 Sam. 30:24-26; 2 Sam. 8:11; 1 Chr. 26:27).