Quote by Charles Martin: “You can put your boots in the oven, but that do...”
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put the boot in
To kick someone over and over again, especially after they have already been knocked down. Security footage showed the three teenagers knocking a man to the ground and putting the boot in for nearly 20 minutes. By extension, to make an unfortunate or unpleasant situation even worse; to add insult to injury. The star player's ban from the match really put the boot in for fans who were already suffering from a humiliating defeat. If someone puts the boot in , they say very critical or unkind things about someone or something. Mr Carman uses his outstanding ability with language to put the boot in. Note: You can also say that someone puts the boot into someone or something.
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