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Some variations in usage remain archaic.
Old English, Middle English: to help, in addition.

I bought a dozen hogsheads and to my surprise he threw-in three ten gallon wine barrels to boot.

Additional definitions for 'to boot':

to bootMoreover, on top of that, besides, also.
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