from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An obsolete form of feat.
  • noun Plural of foot.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun plural See foot.
  • noun obsolete Fact; performance.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun Plural form of foot.
  • noun obsolete fact; performance; feat


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  • I like to dance and tap my feet

    But they won't keep in rhythm--

    You see I washed them both today

    And I can't do nothin' with 'em.

    Ho hum, the tune is dumb

    The words don't mean a thing--

    Isn't this a silly song

    For any one to sing?

    --A "song"(?) quoted on p.27 in Nevil Shute's Landfall with no credits offered. (Ballentine Books 1972)

    See Dad dancing!

    October 5, 2007

  • Here's a difference between dancing and writing: in writing it's okay to look at your feet.

    --Roy Blount Jr., 2008, Alphabet Juice, p. 191

    January 3, 2009

  • followers, for the sake of, throne, angels

    July 22, 2009