Did you by any chance mean flatfoot?
“Nicknamed Sparrow because he "hopped around" ( "like James Brown!") when other Calypsonians performed "flatfooted," he was born Slinger Francisco in Grenada, growing up in Trinidad.”
“The velocity of those gains caught many flatfooted.”
“In pure political terms, the plan—even if it dies in Congress—could allow Mr. Obama to deflect criticism that he has been "flatfooted on housing" while arguing to the broader electorate that "the Republicans are the party standing between you and a lower rate on your mortgage," said Jeb Mason, a Treasury policy adviser in the Bush administration who now works for the Cypress Group, a financial-services consultancy.”
“Under the new rule, he said, the danger for players isn't getting injured; it's being caught flatfooted on the rare occasions when the other team's return man decides to run one back.”
“In an email sent out to would-be partners, he said "To be honest, we didn't expect this level of response, so we were caught a bit flatfooted.”
“The sudden swings in sentiment in Europe have caught many analysts and hedge funds flatfooted.”
“He had originally thought about raising a prop goal to 12 feet, so that he could dunk flatfooted off the vertical.”
“The biggest: NBC race caller Tom Durkin, who has called more than 60,000 races, seemed to be caught flatfooted by 50-1 longshot Mine That Bird's stretch run.”
“Messi left a trio of defenders flatfooted as he used two sleek changes of direction on his first goal, dribbled across the front of the area and left behind a swarm of defenders before an angled shot for the second, then finished off a pass from Villa for the third.”
“More photos and interactive graphics While the precise track of the storm remains unclear, officials throughout the tri-state area mobilized in anticipation of a merciless pummeling, taking the approach that preparing for the worst was more sensible than getting caught flatfooted.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘flatfooted’.
Some make me cry, some make me mad, some sound nasty, some, well, you get the idea.
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