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Definition of Wellies

Wellies

  • short for 'wellington boots' another name for gumboot. Used in New Zealand, Britain and Ireland.

    Last edited on Feb 10 2012. Submitted by Gretchen T. from Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand on Aug 29 2005.

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