Boteless
Boteless Bote"less, a. Unavailing; in vain. See {Bootless}. [1913 Webster]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • boteless — /bowtbs/ In old English law, without amends; without the privilege of making satisfaction for a crime by a pecuniary payment; without relief or remedy …   Black's law dictionary

  • boteless — /bowtbs/ In old English law, without amends; without the privilege of making satisfaction for a crime by a pecuniary payment; without relief or remedy …   Black's law dictionary

  • boteless — Without a remedy; without relief …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Bote — In legal history, a bote, also spelled bot or bót, was a compensation, recompense, or amends. It is the source of a variety of other terms, including the following: manbote , which is amends paid to a lord for a servant who was killed; boteless …   Wikipedia

  • botless — Same as boteless …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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