[foo t-lahyt] /ˈfʊtˌlaɪt/
Usually, footlights. Theater. the at the front of a stage that are nearly on a level with the of the performers.
the footlights, the stage; acting profession.
plural noun (theatre)
lights set in a row along the front of the stage floor and shielded on the audience side
(informal) the acting profession; the stage
1836, from foot (of the stage) + light (n.).
noun 1. Printing. a line at the bottom of a page of type, especially a black line or a line containing the folio. 2. Curling. .
[foo t-ling] /ˈfʊt lɪŋ/ adjective, Informal. 1. foolish; silly: ridiculous, footling remarks. 2. trifling or useless. [foo t-l] /ˈfʊt l/ Informal. verb (used without object), footled, footling. 1. to act or talk in a foolish or silly way. noun 2. nonsense; foolishness; silliness. /ˈfuːtlɪŋ/ adjective 1. (informal) silly, trivial, or petty /ˈfuːtəl/ verb (intransitive) 1. […]
- Footling presentation
footling presentation foot·ling presentation (fōōt’lĭng) n. Breech presentation of the fetus during birth in which the feet are the presenting part. Also called foot presentation.
[foo t-lok-er] /ˈfʊtˌlɒk ər/ noun 1. a small trunk designed to be kept at the of a bed, especially to contain a soldier’s personal effects.