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noun
footer  n.  A person who travels by foot.
Synonyms: pedestrian, walker.






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Footer" Quotes from Famous Books



... ship, the Albatross, lying off Tompkinsville, waiting to dock, thence to the gangway, and from there shoved, struck in the face, and further kicked and maltreated until he had flopped into the boat at the foot of the steps. Williams was a six-footer, a graduate "bucko" now in charge of this big skysail-yarder, and he had resented Murphy's appearance on board with whisky and kind words for his men before he was through with them. Not caring to dock his ship with ...
— The Grain Ship • Morgan Robertson

... width of a grave. They got from baby to six-footer sizes. They are cast iron like the bottom of a cook stove on the under side, but atop they are polished so they shine somethin' beautiful. You can get them in a solid piece, or with a hole in the centre about the size of a milk crock to set flowers through. They come ten to the ...
— Laddie • Gene Stratton Porter

... your wind bagged at footer, I daresay; you know what that's like? All I can say is that my moral wind was bagged by that letter as I hope, old chap, I have never yet bagged yours. I couldn't speak. I could only stand with ...
— The Amateur Cracksman • E. W. Hornung

... much else, and we didn't get much else at the training-table," the father used to say, and they unquestionably formed the bulk of the boy's naturally fine physique, for he developed in spite of much physical misuse into a two-hundred-pound six-footer. Francis began smoking at twelve. On his tenth birthday a small wine glass had been filled for him and thereafter he always had wine at dinner, and he liked it—not only the effects but the taste. The desire was in his blood—Before he was eighteen he was brought home intoxicated and unconscious. ...
— Our Nervous Friends - Illustrating the Mastery of Nervousness • Robert S. Carroll

... impressed into the service, but big men in all parts of Europe were coaxed, bribed, or kidnapped by Frederick's recruiting officers. No present was so acceptable to him as a giant, and by the gift of a six- footer more than one prince ...
— A General History for Colleges and High Schools • P. V. N. Myers

... too long," a red-shirted six-footer bellowed. "Fresh blood for me. We want sidewalks ...
— Port O' Gold • Louis John Stellman

... Now this hoss I'm a riding, Brother Starbuck, is a single footer, in fine condition and can run a quarter with the best ...
— The Starbucks • Opie Percival Read



Words linked to "Footer" :   parader, staggerer, rambler, foot, waddler, tramp, linear unit, pedestrian, totterer, walker, peripatetic, tramper, limper, tripper, six-footer, plodder, hiker, nondriver, reeler, wayfarer, combining form, annotation, shuffler, linear measure, ambler, stamper, passer, marcher



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