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- I had expected the water to perhaps come above my wellingtons - but it came up around my chest.
- If you want to go into the livestock area and look at cattle you must come with wellingtons and protective clothing
- I was still wearing my wellingtons and I could tell they were impressed.
- Each volunteer was kitted out in oil spill clean up attire - waterproof jacket and trousers, white over suit, wellingtons, rubber gloves, protective goggles and face mask.
- But for me the term always conjures up childhood memories of rooting about in an old canal in my wellingtons and putting tadpoles in a jam jar.
- My wellingtons are strategically placed - half way up the stairs.
- In wet weather stout boots or wellingtons are essential.
- The water becomes so deep at the bottom of Castlegate it is out of bounds to pedestrians without waders or wellingtons.
- Oh where were the wellingtons that Martin had given me now?
- People in wellingtons were out walking their dogs and observing the aftermath of the drama: a park bench shrouded in dark fronds of river weed, a flooded walkway, the ‘trash’ line where the river had reached its highest point.
- They appeared even less interested in ecology than I was, going through the motions in their wellingtons and anoraks, as if they were stood in a draughty lecture theatre rather than in one of the most beautiful places on the planet.
- Wouldn't they be better off with a waterproof coat with a hood and wellingtons?
- Every day after school, the youngster grabs her coat, pulls on her wellingtons and takes her furry friends Fuzzy and Flossy for a saunter through Buckley Wood.
- It means wearing wellingtons more than high heels.
- While Barry loaded muddy wellingtons and overalls into more bin-liners, Michael sprayed the workshop liberally with an aerosol air-freshener.