booted


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booted

A regional term, meaning to be under the influence of drugs.
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By no means," said Aramis; "call me monsieur; I am booted.
A pretty youth of twenty-two, tall and slender, with the manners of an Englishman, a dandy in dress, curled and perfumed, gloved and booted in the latest fashion, and twirling an eyeglass, Benjamin de la Billardiere thought himself a charming fellow and possessed all the vices of the world with none of its graces.
It was a warm night, however, though September, and I did not mind until I came in clad as he commanded to find the autocrat himself still booted and capped.