foot

[ foo t ]SEE DEFINITION OF foot

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FOOT

Eudora blushed deeply, and busily caressed the dog with her foot.

She did so, and it proved an effectual screen from head to foot.

Now they neared the foot of the shaft where the rest of the party seemed to await them.

As for me, not a foot will I budge, till I have seen thee empty that bowl.

Besides, this was the first foreign shore his foot had ever trodden.

He appeared very frightened, and trembled from head to foot.

He accompanied her to the foot of the stairs and lit her candle.

He would not stay for dinner, and would not put his foot inside the house again.

The iron loop at the end was to put one's foot into when one wanted to load it.

First he shifted to one foot, and then he shifted his weight to the other.

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