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afoot on foot; walking. [1/2 definitions]
ankle the joint between the leg and the foot; the part of the leg just above the foot.
antelope an animal with horns, a long neck, long legs, and hooves. Antelopes are known for their fast running. Antelopes are mammals that eat plants and chew their cud. The smallest kind of antelope is only one foot tall; the largest antelope is six feet tall at the shoulder. Gazelles, gnus, and impalas are all antelopes. Most antelopes live in Africa; some also live in Asia. [1/2 definitions]
athlete's foot a common foot infection caused by fungi. Athlete's foot makes the skin itch and look scaly.
boot a covering for the foot and all or some of the leg. Boots are usually made of leather or rubber. [1/4 definitions]
claw a thin, sharp, curved nail on the foot of an animal. [1/4 definitions]
climb to go up by foot. [1/5 definitions]
crosswalk a lane or path in a road that is marked off for people to cross on foot.
feet plural of foot.
flipper one of a pair of flat, rubber shoes shaped like a frog's foot and used for swimming or underwater diving. [1/2 definitions]
footprint a mark pressed by a foot onto a surface, such as a step in wet sand or a print left by a muddy shoe.
footstep a single step with the foot, or the sound it makes. [1/2 definitions]
ft. an abbreviation for foot or feet.
heel1 the rounded, back part of the human foot, or a part like it in an animal. [2/5 definitions]
hoof the entire foot of such mammals. [1/2 definitions]
hop1 to jump or skip on one foot only. [2/4 definitions]
inch a unit of length equal to one twelfth of a foot or 2.54 centimeters. (abbreviated: in.) [1/3 definitions]
infantry soldiers on foot, or the branch of the military to which they belong.
instep the curved middle section of the foot between the ankle and the toes. [2 definitions]
kick to strike with the foot. [3/6 definitions]
legion an army unit in ancient Rome that was made up of soldiers on foot and on horseback. [1/2 definitions]