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keyword: Foot
Be Off On The Wrong Foot »
(got a bad start; started in a bad way...)

Foot The Bill »
(pay for it...)

Get Off On The Wrong Foot »
(have a bad start; start badly; the two did not like each other when they met...)

Get One's Foot In The Door »
(get an opportunity or introduction with that person or place...)

Off On The Wrong Foot »
(starting off badly...)

On Foot »
(walking; not riding...)

Put Your Best Foot Forward »
(go ahead and give it your best try...)

Put Your Foot In Your Mouth »
(say something embarrassing...)

Start Off On The Wrong Foot »
(have a bad start; begin with bad feelings...)

Wouldn't Touch Something With A Ten Foot Pole »
(It is safer to stay away from that...)



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