[foo t-stohn] /ˈfʊtˌstoʊn/
a stone placed at the foot of a grave.
Masonry. a kneeler at the foot of a gable.
[foo t-stool] /ˈfʊtˌstul/ noun 1. a low upon which to rest one’s when seated. /ˈfʊtˌstuːl/ noun 1. a low stool used for supporting or resting the feet of a seated person n. also foot-stool, 1520s, from foot (n.) + stool. connected with a throne (2 Chr. 9:18). Jehovah symbolically dwelt in the holy place between […]
[foo t-see] /ˈfʊt si/ noun, Informal. 1. Sometimes, footsies. the act of flirting or sharing a surreptitious intimacy. Idioms 2. play footsie / footsies with, /ˈfʊtsɪ/ noun 1. (informal) flirtation involving the touching together of feet, knees, etc (esp in the phrase play footsie) /ˈfʊtsɪ/ noun 1. an informal name for Financial Times Stock Exchange […]
adjective pertaining to music that has a rhythmical beat, i.e. would induce one to tap one’s foot Examples The band played some foot-tapping halftime music.
- Foot the bill
verb phrase To pay the charges; pick up the tab (1819+) Pay the bill, settle the accounts, as in The bride’s father was resigned to footing the bill for the wedding. This expression uses foot in the sense of “add up and put the total at the foot, or bottom, of an account.” [ ; […]