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  • noun The space for the feet in front of a seat in a vehicle

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Examples

  • I'm not an automotive designer, but even so, I wouldn't think that a footwell was a particularly good place to put a wiring harness.

    Autoblog

  • I'm not an automotive designer, but even so, I wouldn't think that a footwell was a particularly good place to put a wiring harness.

    Autoblog

  • I'm not an automotive designer, but even so, I wouldn't think that a footwell was a particularly good place to put a wiring harness. no, it implies that the harness is not protected propertly from the feet of the passanger

    Autoblog

  • I'm not an automotive designer, but even so, I wouldn't think that a footwell was a particularly good place to put a wiring harness.

    Autoblog

  • In some American cars, the handbrake isn't a handbrake at all, it's a second footbrake on the far left side of the footwell, which is basically totally useless because it's a pain to put on and even more of a pain to get off because it's a one-way ratchet system (you have to force the pedal all the way down to get it to release).

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • For the past couple of hours our terrier, Brough, has been stretched out in the footwell silently farting.

    Historic walking trails: smugglers' routes in Cornwall

  • The concrete block dropped from a road bridge above the A12 near Chelmsford on Thursday, which injured a woman when it burst through her windscreen and landed in the footwell.

    Fresh concrete block report leads to partial closure of A12

  • This little footwell would serve as a kitchen, bathroom, navigational center, and weather station.

    Excerpt: A Pearl in the Storm by Tori Murden McClure

  • Noticing the small bag of paper money in the footwell of the hov, he paused and made a grab for the bonus prize as well.

    NaNoWriMo: Ascension « The Graveyard

  • This little footwell would serve as a kitchen, bathroom, navigational center, and weather station.

    Excerpt: A Pearl in the Storm by Tori Murden McClure

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