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Meanings and phrases
- the part of the leg of a human being below the ankle joint; human foot; pes
- a linear unit of length equal to 12 inches or a third of a yard; ft
- the lower part of anything
- the pedal extremity of vertebrates other than human beings; animal foot
- any of various organs of locomotion or attachment in invertebrates; invertebrate foot
- lowest support of a structure; foundation; base; fundament; groundwork; substructure; understructure
- travel by walking
- a member of a surveillance team who works on foot or rides as a passenger
- a support resembling a pedal extremity
- an army unit consisting of soldiers who fight on foot; infantry
- (prosody) a group of 2 or 3 syllables forming the basic unit of poetic rhythm; metrical foot; metrical unit
- pay for something; pick
- walk; leg it; hoof; hoof it
- add a column of numbers; foot up
Australian hare 's foot
- a hare's-foot fern of the genus Davallia; Davallia pyxidata
- the pedal extremity of vertebrates other than human beings; foot
athlete 's foot
- fungal infection of the feet; tinea pedis
bear 's foot
- digitate-leaved hellebore with an offensive odor and irritant qualities when taken internally; stinking hellebore; setterwort; Helleborus foetidus
bird 's foot
- the foot of a bird
- European forage plant having claw-shaped pods introduced in America; bird's foot trefoil; babies' slippers; bacon and eggs; Lotus corniculatus
- Old World herb related to fenugreek; Trigonella ornithopodioides
- European forage plant having claw-shaped pods introduced in America; bird's foot clover; babies' slippers; bacon and eggs; Lotus corniculatus
- the volume of a piece of wood 1 foot square and 1 inch thick
cat 's foot
- low-growing perennial herb having leaves with whitish down and clusters of small white flowers; cat's feet; pussytoes; Antennaria dioica
- a deformity in which the space between the third and fourth toes extends up into the foot
- a hoof divided into two parts at its distal extremity (as of ruminants or swine); cloven hoof
- the mark of Satan; cloven hoof
crow 's foot
- a wrinkle in the skin at the outer corner of your eyes; crow's feet; laugh line
- large tree of Australasia; red beech; brown oak; booyong; stave wood; silky elm; Heritiera trifoliolata; Terrietia trifoliolata
- the volume equal to a cube one foot on each side; cu ft
- western geranium with small pink flowers; a common weed on lawns and in vacant lots; Geranium molle
- hydraulic brake operated by pressing on a foot pedal
- a specialist in care for the feet; chiropodist; podiatrist
- a lever that is operated with the foot; pedal; treadle; foot pedal
- a lever that is operated with the foot; pedal; treadle; foot lever
- a race run on foot; footrace; run
- contagious degenerative infection of the feet of hoofed animals (especially cattle and sheep)
- plant disease in which the stem or trunk rots at the base
- a ruler one foot long
- fights on foot with small arms; infantryman; marcher; footslogger
- an assistant subject to the authority or control of another; subordinate; subsidiary; underling
- people coming and going on foot; pedestrian traffic
- The bridge is open year-round to foot traffic.
- The bridge is available to foot traffic only.
- Good buskers control the crowd so patrons do not obstruct foot traffic.
- add a column of numbers; foot
- foot adapted for digging as in moles
goat 's foot
- short-stemmed South African plant with bluish flowers; goatsfoot; Oxalis caprina
- a bird's foot having the first and second toes of each foot directed backward and the third and fourth forward
horse 's foot
- the hoof of a horse
- the part of the leg of a human being below the ankle joint; foot; pes
- resembling frostbite but without freezing; resulting from exposure to cold and wet; trench foot
- any of various organs of locomotion or attachment in invertebrates; foot
lion 's foot
- common perennial herb widely distributed in the southern and eastern United States having drooping clusters of pinkish flowers and thick basal leaves suggesting a lion's foot in shape; sometimes placed in genus Prenanthes; gall of the earth; Nabalus serpentarius; Prenanthes serpentaria
- a bird's foot having separate toes each with membranous flaps along the sides
- (prosody) a group of 2 or 3 syllables forming the basic unit of poetic rhythm; foot; metrical unit
- a unit of area equal to one foot by one foot square; sq ft
- The 800 square foot mosaic is by Charles Lutyens.
- In 2010, the new 76,000 square foot building opened.
- Encore opened a 15,000 square foot store in April 2019.
- resembling frostbite but without freezing; resulting from exposure to cold and wet; immersion foot
- tentacular tubular process of most echinoderms (starfish and sea urchins and holothurians) having a sucker at the end and used for e.g. locomotion and respiration
- the extremity of the limb in vertebrates; pedal extremity
- a bird's foot with folds of skin between the toes
white-man 's foot
- common European perennial naturalized worldwide; a troublesome weed; broad-leaved plantain; common plantain; whiteman's foot; cart-track plant; Plantago major
whiteman 's foot
- common European perennial naturalized worldwide; a troublesome weed; broad-leaved plantain; common plantain; white-man's foot; cart-track plant; Plantago major
- a bird's foot having the first and fourth toes of each foot directed backward and the second and third forward
- During the performance, he injured his left foot.
- She also has a tattoo of a bicycle on her left foot.
- His left foot was almost severed from his leg.
- There is a fragment from the base with the remains of the right foot.
- Gear change is by right foot and the rear brake operated by left foot.
- His right leg is bent, with his right foot just touching his left heel.
- Visitors barely set foot on the cave floor.
- A temple was built on the specific location where she set foot.
- Sargento Mayor Juan de Salcedo was the first Spaniard to set foot in Paete.
- He missed most of his rookie season with a foot injury.
- His season was cut short by a foot injury.
- However, a foot injury sidelined him for a large part of the season.
- This temple also has a Shiva Pindi and its foot soldiers.
- This would kill many of the Dominion's Jem'Hadar foot soldiers.
- As the range closed, the guns aimed at the enemy foot soldiers.
- By late 2008, construction costs had reached $250 per square foot.
- Energy Use Index (EUI) represents kBtu per square foot of conditioned floor area.
- As of 2017, Royal Hawaiian Center had the fifth highest sales per square foot in the US.
- A similar 200 foot long creature was also seen in 1906.
- The crossbow was drawn using a treadle and shot 10 foot long arrows.
- One of the most notable features of the temple is a 65 foot long statue of a reclining Buddha.
- In some embryos, the two outer front toes on each foot are joined together.
- At the center of each foot is a circle representing a "chakra" or 'energy point'.
- He has six toes, webbed feet, carries a heart shaped watch, and has six cat-like claws on each foot.
- It forms a shrub up to a foot high.
- The house was originally an Elizabethan red brick house with an 80 foot high tower.
- It carried seven 90-cubic foot high pressure cylinders to provide breathing gas and control buoyancy.
- They were on the back foot at 7/258 at stumps on the first day.
- Another is designed to dart toward the back foot of a right-handed batter.
- Bradman took guard and played the first ball from Hollies, a leg break, from the back foot.
- Wells began working on gigantic five foot tall ice cream-themed pieces in 2007.
- While digging, villagers found a half constructed building, with four five foot tall.
- This two-tier sculptures standing 24 foot tall is made of aluminum and painted black.
- He missed some games in January 2018 with a broken foot.
- The boy was immobilized with a broken foot.
- In 2014, Lind spent time on the disabled list due to a broken foot.
- Several small alpine lakes are near the foot of the glacier.
- It lies near the foot of a long valley drained by the Opuatia Stream.
- Though much damaged, especially near the foot, the stairs inside the minarets may still be used.
- Most batsmen of 1870s and 1880s typically played off the front foot.
- He bowled Bill Edrich, knocking out the off stump while the batsman was on the front foot.
- One foot is placed in front of the other so that the heel of the front foot is near the arch.
- In 2010, the new 76,000 square foot building opened.
- One person even called the 576,000 square foot building "the pinnacle of bureaucracy."
- The 42,000 square foot building features 70 public access computers, study rooms, and events space.
- The 15,000 square foot facility encompassed a 300-seat restaurant, a 30-foot bar, and eight bowling lanes.
- Hill Road Library opened in December 2017 in a 5,100 square foot facility near the Ventura County Government Center.
- The 2.8 million square foot facility will also include Jobs's original designs for a fitness center and a corporate auditorium.