Definition of footsore in English:

footsore

Line breaks: foot|sore
Pronunciation: /ˈfʊtsɔː
 
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adjective

(Of a person or animal) having raw and painful feet from much walking: I arrived at dusk, hungry and footsore after walking all day the footsore shopper
More example sentences
  • I was very footsore and could only go at a snail's pace.
  • But if you're footsore, you can hop on a First York local bus and buy an off-peak day pass for under £2.
  • Arron, under better circumstances, would have hesitated at the thought of yelling furiously at an attractive young stranger, but he was footsore, tired, and very, very confused.

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