afoot[ uh-foo t ]SEE DEFINITION OF afoot
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AFOOT
Vast crowds lined the route, afoot and in every kind of vehicle.
Once afoot, it was not long before the company began to disperse.
When a man is afoot at cock-crow much may be done in the day.
The man by his nod seemed to show he understood what was afoot.
The Lambs were going to be enraged when they learned what was afoot.
If the Son of Man be indeed coming, what matters it whether we be abed or afoot?'
The fugitives were long in coming: had they got wind of what was afoot?
He hastened to assure the whooper that he was awake and afoot.
A great scheme is afoot, dearest, and you shall hear all about it presently.
No doubt, had we been afoot she would have halted, the better to confront me.