Definitions for "Feet"
See Foot.
US customary unit for measuring length. One foot equals 304.8 mm; or 0.3048 meters. (abbrev. ft).
Bird's feet are normally four-toed, with three toes in front primarily for gripping and a fourth which may, in some way, help minorly with balance. There are many exceptions, especially in the woodpecker family, in which most have two toes front and two toes back (a phenotype that has probably been evolved especially for holding fast to trees and supporting the body). Several boreal species have only three altogether! It is also important to note that, contrary to popular belief, birds' feet are not prone to sticking onto a cold or metallic surface during winter. Their feet have very few blood vessels and have a tough outer skin.
Keywords:  footholds
As the name suggest the feet are the to be found at the base of the jambs. They are often styled in the fashion of classical column bases as shown here (right) with pilasters above reproducing the grecian or romanesque look.
A warning call given when a cheese being returned jumps out of the alley and heads towards a bystanders feet, beer or other delicate parts.
Keywords:  metres
Metres 0.30480
Bathing feet signifies relief from anxiety. Seeing your own feet means your position is insecure.
Keywords:  ing, upright, heel, context, onto
In the context of "comes onto her feet." A vessel becoming upright after heel ing to one side or another.
Keywords:  lunch, dome, pads, resting, bottom
The four raised "pads" on the bottom of a dome lunch box. The feet protect the bottom of the box from resting on the surface.
Keywords:  fact, performance
Fact; performance.
Keywords:  terminal, leg, part
Terminal part of the leg.