Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Middle English forms of foot.
  • A dialectal variation of fet.

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Examples

  • Kind of makes them look silly for taking his word fot it.

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  • Plants of the large composite sow-thistle family exude a viscous milky sap or latex when they are cut open, which accounts for the common name fot the genus Sonchus in German -

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  • Kudos to Lesley Griffiths AM, who has called fot the 2001 Memorandum of Understanding to be updated.

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  • The animal welfare groups continue to call fot it's demise.

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  • I worked at the parly fot 7 years, know exactly the set up, who's who's and how they inter-relate - indeed who appointed them, and what they were paid in the first place.

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  • I worked at the parly fot 7 years, know exactly the set up, who's who's and how they inter-relate - indeed who appointed them, and what they were paid in the first place.

    A NATIONAL DISGRACE: £1.5 million payoff for 8 parly bosses

  • As fot just plinking, I got to love my 10/22 that my dad gave me about 14 years ago to teach my to shoot.

    Fun Guns

  • Of course, they don't listen to me but Greenspan came out strongly fot it too in his last round of testimony.

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  • As fot just plinking, I got to love my 10/22 that my dad gave me about 14 years ago to teach my to shoot.

    Fun Guns

  • I am still looking fot the recipe to make the Navtad (Ahmedanad) style mini samosas and chutney.

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