[foo t-see] /ˈfʊt si/
Sometimes, footsies. the act of flirting or sharing a surreptitious intimacy.
play footsie / footsies with,
(informal) flirtation involving the touching together of feet, knees, etc (esp in the phrase play footsie)
an informal name for Financial Times Stock Exchange 100 Index
“amorous play with the feet” [OED], 1944, from foot (n.).
noun An act, choice, utterance, etc, that damages one’s reputation or standing: Saying ”stuff it” out loud was a real footshot [1970s+ Army; fr shoot oneself in the foot]
- Force of nature
noun in physics, one of the four fundamental forces that occur in nature and affect the structure of the universe, including gravitation, electromagnetism, strong force, and weak force Usage Note science
A programming language by Andrew K. Wright. [“Polymorphism in the Compiled Language ForceOne”, G.V. Cormack et al, Proc 20th Annual Hawaii Intl Conf on System Sciences, 1987, pp.284-292]. [“Design of the Programming Language ForceOne”, A.K. Wright, MS Thesis, U Waterloo 1987]. (1994-10-24)
[fawrs-out, fohrs-] /ˈfɔrsˌaʊt, ˈfoʊrs-/ noun, Baseball. 1. a put-out of a base runner on a force play.