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Mary slid her feet into her sandals.
He wiped his feet on the mat.
They stamped their feet to keep warm (=brought them down hard on the ground).
He looked at the teacher and shuffled his feet nervously.
The deck was slippery beneath her feet.
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The house is 275 feet above sea level.
The dining room measures 30 foot by 10.
We had over two feet of snow last night.
The boat is 25 feet long.
She paused at the foot of the stairs.
We camped that night at the foot of the mountain.
Henry stood at the foot of the bed.
This is the American English definition of foot. View British English definition of foot.
old and no longer in good condition
a man … whose achievements may have been overestimated because he belonged to the gender and ethnic group … that was dominant at the timeadd a word
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