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Definition of Suit-ed n Boot-ed

Suit-ed n Boot-ed


  • A phrase indicating your suit and boots have been put on and you're ready to go. To be prepared to do something that's been planned in advance. To be proactive and prepared for any obstacles.

    "Look at Will, he's all Suit-ed 'n Boot-ed for the dance tonight."

    "Hey Bob, you ready to leave soon? Yeah, Joe. I'm Suit-ed 'n Boot-ed."

    Last edited on Nov 06 2021. Submitted by pankakke.exe from Redding, CA, USA on Nov 06 2021.

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