from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Sports The manner in which the feet are used or maneuvered, as in boxing or in figure skating.
- n. Work that involves moving around on foot; legwork.
- n. Informal Skillful dealing or maneuvering; tactics: "They've built a corporate empire on dazzling financial footwork” ( Christopher Farrell).
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Any movement of the feet, especially intricate or complex movement.
- n. The movement of a batsman's feet as he prepares to hit or evade a ball
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the manner of using the feet
- n. skillful maneuvering or dealing
Some scouts fretted about Tavares 'skating, but Snow said he believes Tavares' footwork is underrated.
His footwork is exceptional for a high school athlete, though he still has a lot to learn about technique.
His footwork is very average — he'll never be more than a journeyman, he said.
Ainge understands defensive schemes, reads progressions and throws with good touch when his footwork is right.
His footwork is average but he has a knack for anticipating balls in the dirt and does an excellent job of blocking balls.
Consistent footwork is absolutely critical to shooting well.
You always want to work with footwork and his footwork is pretty good right now, Titans offensive coordinator Norm Chow said.
His footwork is not NHL-ready at this stage, but that didn't prevent him from being that rarest of breeds: a 17-year-old, true college freshman who came in and dominated against 22 year olds.
Phillips believes that Mike Piazza's throwing and footwork is improved.
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