In a little while, with flat-footed stamping, Ben Helders came in.
This causes a kind of optical illusion which is favorable to the flat-footed.
Or by bold combinations: down-and-out, up-state, flat-footed.
He was flat-footed, and on that account had never served in the German army.
Plan' ti grade, walking on the soles of the feet; flat-footed.
I'd like to take a flat-footed stance as claiming that the end justified the means.
They are bilt sumthing like a hen, and are an up-and-down, flat-footed job.
I'm on the ground, flat-footed, and I'm going to stay on it.
Mrs. Bird declared that "she would have the first visit—that she'd say flat-footed."
I hope you aren't going to compare me with that flat-footed bus-conductor.