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Footwalk

ˈfʊtwɔːk

Meanings of Footwalk:

verb

(in aboriginal english) travel on foot.

Usage examples:

He footwalked overland from the daly river to darwin

Meanings of Footwall:

noun

The block of rock which lies on the underside of an inclined fault or of a vein of mineral.

Usage examples:

They contain kilometre-scale blocks of igneous basement rocks, plucked by the rising diapir from th…

Footwalls

ˈfʊtwɔːl

Meanings of Footwalls:

noun

The block of rock which lies on the underside of an inclined fault or of a vein of mineral.

Usage examples:

They contain kilometre-scale blocks of igneous basement rocks, plucked by the rising diapir from th…

Meanings of Footway:

noun

A path or track for pedestrians.

Usage examples:

These include more cycleways, footways, pedestrian crossings, junction improvements and traffic cal…

Footways

ˈfʊt.weɪ

Meanings of Footways:

noun

A path or track for pedestrians.

Usage examples:

These include more cycleways, footways, pedestrian crossings, junction improvements and traffic cal…

Footwear

ˈfʊt.weər

Meanings of Footwear:

noun

Outer coverings for the feet, such as shoes, boots, and sandals.

Usage examples:

They are the timeless sneakers: relaxed footwear that is effortlessly stylish.

Meanings of Footwears:

noun

Outer coverings for the feet, such as shoes, boots, and sandals.

Usage examples:

They are the timeless sneakers: relaxed footwear that is effortlessly stylish.

Meanings of Footweary:

noun

Outer coverings for the feet, such as shoes, boots, and sandals.

Usage examples:

They are the timeless sneakers: relaxed footwear that is effortlessly stylish.

Meanings of Footwork:

noun

The manner in which one moves one's feet in various sports, especially in dancing, boxing, and football.

Usage examples:

A deft piece of footwork

Meanings of Footworn:

adjective

Worn from being regularly walked or trodden on over time.

Footy

ˈfʊt.i

Meanings of Footy:

noun

Football; soccer.

Usage examples:

Just back from playing footy for what must have been the first time in around a year - and boy do i…

Meanings of Foozle:

noun

A clumsy or botched attempt at something, especially a shot in golf.

Usage examples:

Overlooking the beach on marco island, the marriott resort offers plenty of places - like quinn's o…
verb

Botch; bungle.

Usage examples:

Sliced approach shots and foozled putts

Foozled

ˈfuːz(ə)l

Meanings of Foozled:

verb

Botch; bungle.

Usage examples:

Sliced approach shots and foozled putts
noun

A clumsy or botched attempt at something, especially a shot in golf.

Usage examples:

Overlooking the beach on marco island, the marriott resort offers plenty of places - like quinn's o…

Foozles

ˈfuːz(ə)l

Meanings of Foozles:

noun

A clumsy or botched attempt at something, especially a shot in golf.

Usage examples:

Overlooking the beach on marco island, the marriott resort offers plenty of places - like quinn's o…
verb

Botch; bungle.

Usage examples:

Sliced approach shots and foozled putts

Meanings of Foozling:

verb

Botch; bungle.

Usage examples:

Sliced approach shots and foozled putts
noun

A clumsy or botched attempt at something, especially a shot in golf.

Usage examples:

Overlooking the beach on marco island, the marriott resort offers plenty of places - like quinn's o…

Meanings of Fop:

noun

A man who is concerned with his clothes and appearance in an affected and excessive way.

Usage examples:

The fops and dandies had no interest in war and concentrated instead on their seraglios.

Meanings of Fopperies:

noun

Affected and excessive concern with one's clothes and appearance.

Usage examples:

He is a stern man, plain, no foppery in his dress

Meanings of Foppery:

noun

Affected and excessive concern with one's clothes and appearance.

Usage examples:

He is a stern man, plain, no foppery in his dress

Meanings of Foppish:

adjective

Concerned with one's clothes and appearance in an affected and excessive way (typically used of a man).

Usage examples:

He is foppish and vain

Foppishly

ˈfɒp.ɪʃ.li

Meanings of Foppishly:

adverb

If a man dresses or behaves foppishly, he seems to be extremely interested in his appearance, and enjoys wearing decorative clothes

Usage examples:

He wore a long jacket and a foppishly floppy necktie., he dressed foppishly, always wearing a large…

Fops

fɒp

Meanings of Fops:

noun

A man who is concerned with his clothes and appearance in an affected and excessive way.

Usage examples:

The fops and dandies had no interest in war and concentrated instead on their seraglios.

For

fɔːr

Meanings of For:

preposition

In support of or in favour of (a person or policy)

Usage examples:

Troops who had fought for napoleon
conjunction

Because; since.

Usage examples:

He felt guilty, for he knew that he bore a share of responsibility for fanny's death

Meanings of For a song:

phrase

Very cheaply.

Usage examples:

The place was going for a song
idiom

Infml very cheaply

Usage examples:

She bought that antique chest for a song.

Meanings of For and to:

In all the most important ways

Usage examples:

For all intents and purposes, the project is completed.

Meanings of For crying out loud (excl.):

phrase

Used to express one's irritation or impatience.

Usage examples:

Why do you have to take everything so personally, for crying out loud?

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