The lower extremity of the leg below the ankle, on which a person stands or walks
Cover a distance, especially a long one, on foot
All over one’s body
he trod on someone's foot
The foot of an ox, especially as an article of food.
Walking rather than travelling by car or using other transport
(In molluscs) the soft structure lying below or anterior to the visceral mass, consisting of the head merging into the protrusible foot (in a gastropod) or into the tentacles (in a cephalopod).
A belt or ledge of ice attached to and extending along the shore in polar regions. Also: a protruding ledge (typically submerged) on the margin of an ice floe, etc.
A device connecting a sailboard to the lower end of its mast, containing a universal joint which allows the mast to be turned in all directions.
A rounded, ornamental foot on a piece of furniture, reminiscent of the foot of an animal.
The trotter of a pig as food.
The lower part of a flue pipe in an organ, through which the wind is received and conducted.
The lower end of a town or village.
A unit of volume equal to the volume of a sheet of water one acre (0.405 hectare) in area and one foot (30.48 cm) in depth; 43,560 cubic feet (1233.5 cubic metres)
A foot in the shape of a flattened sphere, used for chairs, tables, or other furniture in the late 17th century
A small white-flowered creeping plant of the daisy family, with soft white hairs on the flowering stems and undersides of the leaves
A foot on a piece of furniture, shaped to resemble a claw
A deformed foot which is twisted so that the sole cannot be placed flat on the ground
Said to express strong contradiction
Hurry up; make a prompt start
A log used as a simple footbridge
A pump operated by using one’s foot
A rope to which the lower edge of a sail is sewn
A bacterial disease of the feet in hoofed animals, especially sheep
A foot-long measuring instrument
A tendency to drive fast
Kick (a ball) with the inside of the foot, especially in soccer
(In an echinoderm) each of a large number of small flexible hollow appendages protruding through the ambulacra, used either for locomotion or for collecting food and operated by hydraulic pressure within the water-vascular system
Either of two aquatic plants, water crowfoot Ranunculus aquatilis, and duckweed (genus Lemna).
Maduromycosis of the foot, mycetoma of the foot.
A foot functioning as or resembling a paddle.
US a glasswort, especially Salicornia europaea.
The foot that stays in fixed contact with the floor during a sporting manoeuvre, especially when executing a pivot in basketball.
On the quick-foot: swiftly, in haste; = sense B.
A rocker-bottom foot; rocker-bottom deformity of the foot.
The Roman unit of length of a pes, generally taken as equal to about 11.7 inches (approx. 296 millimetres).
A hellebore, which has leaves that are said to resemble a bear’s foot
A European plant of the pea family, which bears pods shaped like the foot of a bird
A unit of volume for timber equal to 144 cu. inches
A branching wrinkle at the outer corner of a person’s eye
Be the first person to cross the threshold of the house of (someone) in the New Year, in accordance with a Scottish custom
On the ground
A unit of illumination (now little used) equal to that given by a source of one candela at a distance of one foot (equivalent to one lumen per square foot or 10.764 lux)
(In tennis, squash, and similar games) an infringement of the rules made by overstepping the baseline when serving
Infantrymen with a specific guarding role
An expedition to keep watch over an area by regularly walking around it, especially as conducted by soldiers or police
A unit of energy equal to the amount required to raise 1 lb a distance of 1 foot
A one-way valve at the inlet of a pipe or the base of a suction pump
A slender clover which has soft hairs around the flowers