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keyword: Feet
Drag One's Feet »
(go slowly; delay; wait to begin...)


Find One's Feet »
(begin to feel comfortable in a new job...)


Finding Your Feet »
(feeling more comfortable in what you are doing...)


Get A Load Off One's Feet »
(sit down; rest...)


Get Back On One's Feet »
(able to move around after having been unable to walk due to sickness or injury...)


Get Cold Feet »
(become nervous and afraid to act...)


Get To One's Feet »
(stand up; rise to where one is standing up...)


Landing On Your Feet »
(recovering from a difficult situation...)


Stand On One's Own Two Feet »
(independent; able to take care of oneself...)


Take A Load Off One's Feet »
(to sit down and rest after standing or walking for a long time...)


Think On One's Feet »
(find creative solutions quickly...)


On All Fours »
(an animal walking on its four feet; a person walking on hands and knees...)




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