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Wellington boot
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Wellington boots, also called Wellingtons, wellies or welly boots, were waterproof boots (PROSE: The Stabber) worn on wet or muddy ground, (PROSE: Conscription) particularly in rain (PROSE: Curtain Call) or in snow. (AUDIO: Hive of Horror, PROSE: Do You Smell Carrots?) They often came in red. (PROSE: Curtain Call, TV: The Rebel Flesh) Alex had trouble running in Wellingtons, as his were a size too large. (PROSE: Do You Smell Carrots?) Celeste Rivers also had trouble running in Wellingtons. (TV: Sky)

Snow Boots, a popular Christmas-time children's toy in 2006, wore Wellington boots, a scarf and a Santa hat. When one came to life, its boots were life-sized. (PROSE: Snowman in Manhattan)

When Agatha Ellis was five years old, on her first day of school, she wore bright red Wellington boots, as it was raining outside. Agatha was scared of leaving her father's side, but the shiny red boots he'd given her made her feel safe. She would remember this detail for years to come, as one of her life's defining memories. (PROSE: Curtain Call)

Jennifer Lucas also had a childhood memory about red welly boots. One day, she got lost on the moors, having wandered off from a picnic, while wearing Wellington boots. Later on in her life, Jennifer could still feel how sore her toes got in her wellies, as could her Ganger. She had imagined another girl, also Jennifer and in red wellies, who'd lead her home. (TV: The Rebel Flesh)

When the Fourth Doctor offered to celebrate Christmas on Earth with Sarah Jane Smith, she dressed in a blouse and a flimsy pettycoat skirt for the occasion, but the Doctor warned her she'd need her Wellingtons. In the jungles of 2012 Papua New Guinea, Sarah complained that her Wellington boots were letting in water, and there were leeches in them. (PROSE: Conscription)

The TARDIS boot cupboard (TV: The Masque of Mandragora)

Sarah once found an enormous "boot cupboard" in the Fourth Doctor's TARDIS, taking up a whole room with furniture, with a pair Wellington boots by the doorway. The Doctor said he'd seen larger boot cupboards before. (TV: The Masque of Mandragora)

The Fourth Doctor once purchased a wonderful Wellington boot on Hyspero, as well as a parrot called Nelson. (AUDIO: Aladdin Time)

The Second Doctor, Ben Jackson, Polly Wright and Jamie McCrimmon all wore Wellingtons when they landed in a flooded cavern on an asteroid. The Doctor's pair were a size too large. (AUDIO: The Outliers)

An unspecified incarnation of the Doctor once wore Wellingtons on an alien swamp. (PROSE: Nobody's Gift)

The Seventh Doctor wore Wellingtons to go across Mathilde Vignes' farmyard. (PROSE: Culture War)

After a massacre at Coal Hill School by the Cold, headmaster Basil James Carker did not wear the traditional authority gown for assembly, instead donning an old mackintosh and wellies. (PROSE: Time and Relative)

Looking at a model of an oil rig, Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart said those always reminded him of three-legged spiders in Wellington boots. (TV: Terror of the Zygons)

Jack Prudhoe wore Wellingtons on the night he died. (PROSE: Nightshade)

The Thirteenth Doctor stated that she loved wellies. While on a mission to Ranskoor Av Kolos, the Time Lord complained that she should have brought wellies and stated that people should always bring some as a precaution. She also believed that she half invented them. (TV: The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos )

When exiting the Celestial Omnibus when Iris Wildthyme and Panda arrived at the cathedral, Iris wore a cocktail dress and wellies. (PROSE: Iris Wildthyme and the Unholy Ghost)