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Synonyms for foot

tootsies

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  • tootsies

paw

bottom

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Synonyms for foot

to go on foot

to move rhythmically to music, using patterns of steps or gestures

to combine (figures) to form a sum

Synonyms for foot

a linear unit of length equal to 12 inches or a third of a yard

the lower part of anything

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the pedal extremity of vertebrates other than human beings

any of various organs of locomotion or attachment in invertebrates

travel by walking

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a member of a surveillance team who works on foot or rides as a passenger

an army unit consisting of soldiers who fight on foot

(prosody) a group of 2 or 3 syllables forming the basic unit of poetic rhythm

a support resembling a pedal extremity

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pay for something

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walk

add a column of numbers

References in classic literature ?
Vain is your boast in that you have scratched the sole of my foot.
For another two hours we were occupied in traversing a few hundred yards to the foot of the barrier.
he raised his bare foot and ran his mouth along the toes, like one playing on a barbaric instrument.
But before he reached the bottom of the canyon he again was forced to the realization that his great strength was waning, and when he dropped exhausted at the foot of the cliff and saw before him the opposite wall that must be scaled, he bared his fighting fangs and growled.
At the same moment he casually slipped his foot forward through the grass for a matter of several inches.
By eleven he was at the foot of White Horse, and that night saw him camped beyond the Box Canon, the last bad river-stretch behind him, the string of lakes before him.
He slashed ankle and foot as he received the second kick in mid-air; and, although he slid clear down the slope of deck into the scuppers, he left on the black skin the red tracery of his puppy-needle teeth.
Then they were loaded off in some large city, and Michael continued on in greater quietness and comfort, although his injured foot still hurt and was bruised afresh whenever his crate was moved about in the car.
Sir Nigel's shield was broken, his crest shorn, his armor cut and smashed, and the vizor torn from his helmet; yet he sprang hither and thither with light foot and ready hand, engaging two Bretons and a Spaniard at the same instant--thrusting, stooping, dashing in, springing out--while Alleyne still fought by his side, stemming with a handful of men the fierce tide which surged up against them.
But they greatly trembled and feared, and none, not even the richest of them, dared receive Phoebus, until queenly Leto set foot on Delos and uttered winged words and asked her:
And now the concern which Partridge felt at being obliged to quit the warm chimney-corner, and a cup of excellent liquor, was somewhat compensated by hearing that he was to proceed no farther on foot, for Jones, by golden arguments, had prevailed with the boy to attend him back to the inn whither he had before conducted Sophia; but to this however the lad consented, upon condition that the other guide would wait for him at the alehouse; because, as the landlord at Upton was an intimate acquaintance of the landlord at Gloucester, it might some time or other come to the ears of the latter that his horses had been let to more than one person; and so the boy might be brought to account for money which he wisely intended to put in his own pocket.
For this left foot the police had been vainly searching for a week, and young Rouletabille had found it in a drain where nobody had thought of looking for it.
And Mugridge kicked savagely, till the Kanaka, hanging on with one hand, seized the Cockney's foot with the other.
It happened one day, about noon, going towards my boat, I was exceedingly surprised with the print of a man's naked foot on the shore, which was very plain to be seen on the sand.
He mastered himself so as not to cry out at the pain; but when his foot had been dressed, and he was left alone with Maggie seated by his bedside, the children sobbed together, with their heads laid on the same pillow.