Foot in a sentence

Definition of Foot

(transitive) To use the foot to kick (usually a ball). | (transitive) To pay (a bill). | To tread to measure or music; to dance; to trip; to skip.

Short Example Sentence for Foot

  • 1. We arrived at the foot of the mountain.
  • 2. He pointed to his foot again as he spoke.
  • 3. Helen stretched out one foot to the blaze.
  • 4. Without mishap we reached the foot of the steep hill.
  • 5. At the foot of the Stairs.
  • 6. Grant has not gained a foot since the capture of Corinth.
  • 7. Lumley drew up his foot and began to wet the bandages again.
  • 8. She stamped her foot at him in a little fit of hysterical passion.
  • 9. I bore her to the foot of a tree, and leaned her gently against it.
  • 10. The bed was placed as it is now, with the foot where the head ought to be.
  • 11. He had fallen into a stiller step, for we had reached the foot of the ascent.
  • 12. Covered in engine driving the 31 foot propeller shaft for the 2 propellers.
  • 13. As soon as Cloete has set foot on something firm he becomes himself again.
  • 14. Occupied with these thoughts, I arrived at the foot of the mountain.
  • 15. The policeman's shoulders stiffened, and he put one foot on the keg.
  • 16. Through the chaparral Shaffer's men now pushed their way foot by foot.

How to use Foot in a Sentence?

  • 1. Those who had fled on foot were first overtaken and then those who had the poorest mounts.
  • 2. I flew after them, and found them on the dark landing at the foot of our own flight.
  • 3. Gray helped him back to the hillock, and put his foot in as comfortable a position as possible.
  • 4. It had been many weeks since he had, to our knowledge, set foot on our premises.
  • 5. Many fled on foot across the fields, others mounting in wild haste spurred their horses.
  • 6. He was anxious that Gray should believe his foot was much worse than it really was.
  • 7. As his foot touched the deck his will, his purpose he had been hurrying to save, died out within.
  • 8. Jessie made no reply, but she put one foot on his short skirt, holding him in place.
  • 9. Foot by foot the Federals dragged themselves forward, slowly pressing the guerrillas back.
  • 10. I watched my opportunity, fled from the convent, and made my way on foot to Naples.
  • 11. The inlet allowed a facility to bring the money in a boat secretly and at night to the very foot of the hill.
  • 12. To be bound almost literally hand and foot in the vicinity of a bad smell is a form of torture which in its way gives points to any inquisition.
  • 13. She noticed the imprint of Mark's foot where he had stood when he declared his love.
  • 14. He stood beside the horse with the bridle in his hand, and looked down upon the vast plain stretching away from the foot of the ridge.
  • 15. Blackburn triple, independent or simultaneous on hand wheel, but special foot control for rudder is fitted if desired.
  • 16. She was standing with her foot upon the broad fender, and her first little impulse of pleasure seemed to pass as she looked into the fire.
  • 17. I had not set foot within it for more than a year, and the season was much further advanced then when I had last been there.
  • 18. At sundown the ground had dried to such a degree that a horse could lift foot without raising with it an abnormal portion of the Northwest.
  • 19. Next morning Lumley complained that his foot was worse than ever, and that it would be impossible for him to mount the horse that day.
  • 20. I stood on one foot for an instant behind Clo's chair, and then flung myself into the passage.
  • 21. The passage by which Gray had just entered seemed to be the only mode of access: no human foot could scale those dark overhanging cliffs.
  • 22. A few more steps, and, with his eyes on the parlour door, Hubert had reached the rug at the foot of the stairs.
  • 23. I was suddenly seized with such sharp fever that I entirely lost consciousness; a bruised foot may have contributed to bring this on.
  • 24. We understand you; we know who and what you are; for we know who every body is that sleeps at Terracina, or that puts foot upon the road.