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1. fọ̄tlēs adj.

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(a) Without feet, footless; (b) with fotles avauntage, ? impartially.

2. fọ̄ted adj.

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(a) Of living creatures: having feet; having feet (of a certain kind); (b) cloven foted, having a cleft or divided foot; hol foted, web-footed; light foted, swift; two foted, two-footed, biped; four

3. fọ̄ten v.

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(a) To walk or travel on foot; (b) to dance; also, to execute the steps of (a dance).

4. hōt-fọ̄t adv. & n.

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(a) In haste, forthwith [cp. fot-hot]; (b) as surname.

5. half-fọ̄ten adj.

Additional spellings: halffoten
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One half foot long.

6. fostal n.

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A track or footprint.

7. fottek n.

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A curved timber forming part of the framework of a ship's hull, a futtock.

8. ō-fōted adj.

Additional spellings: ofoted, o foted
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One-footed.

9. drīe-fọ̄t adv. & n.

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(a) Without wetting the feet, with dry feet; (b) as surname.

10. fōr(e-fọ̄ting ger.

Additional spellings: fore-foting
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Replacing the leather in the front part, or toe, of the upper of a boot.

11. fọ̄t-hōt adv.

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In haste, quickly, speedily, immediately, suddenly: (a) in contexts involving the feet, as in running, riding, etc.; also fig.; (b) in other contexts; with fot-hot, soon, early.

12. light-fọ̄t adj.

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(a) Light-footed, fleet; as noun: an epithet for the hare;(b) ?as adv.: speedily; (c) as surname or name of a ship; also, in place name.

13. bār-fọ̄t, -fọ̄ted adj. & adv.

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Barefoot; gon bar-fot, etc. (as friars, pilgrims, penitents, supplicants, or the poor).

14. drīe-fọ̄ted adj. or adv.

Additional spellings: driefoted
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Without wetting the feet.

15. unfotte ppl.

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Unfetched, unsought.

16. fọ̄t-mēl n.

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(a) As a measure of weight used in selling lead: approximately seventy pounds; (b) as a linear measure: one foot.

17. hertes-fẹ̄t n.

Additional spellings: hertesfet
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Some kind of plant, hart's foot; perh. the earthnut (Conopodium denudatum).

18. rams-fọ̄t n.

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The common water crowfoot (Ranunculus aquatilis); also, ?some other plant of the buttercup family (Ranunculaceae).

19. fọ̄t n.

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The bodily organ used in standing, walking, etc.: (a) the foot of a man; (b) the foot of a beast or bird; (c) the foot of a statue, a constellation; (d) hinder fot, hind foot; holwe of fot, the under…

20. hāre-fọ̄t n.

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(a) The foot of a hare; (b) a plant of the genus Geum; prob. the wood avens (Geum urbanum); also, another plant, hare's foot (Trifolium arvense); (c) as surname, or as nickname of the Anglo-Saxon king…