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  • v. Present participle of footer.


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  • Were it not, then footering with the system via psychoactive chemicals or electrodes-in-the-brain, as has been going on for decades, would result in the generation of entirely new sensations rather than the recombination of existing ones.

    More Aesthetics

  • One minute he's a guilty, hell-deserving sinner, the way John Hutton says he was, footering about the world, drinking and guzzling and leading a rotten life ... and then all of a sudden, he's hauled up and made to give his testimony and do

    The Foolish Lovers

  • Walter Lew didn't cut anybody's tie off this year, but he spent long footering around a hotel bedsheet & a portable laptop projector (which didn't work) that he managed to clock in around 12 minutes.

    Culture Industry

  • I'll mebbe go footering about the world like a lost thing, and then all of a sudden I'll know what I want to do ... and I'll just do it! "

    The Foolish Lovers


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