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Flatfoot

noun
(pl. flatfeet, flatfoots)
1.
A policeman who patrols a given region.  Synonym: patrolman.
2.
A foot afflicted with a fallen arch; abnormally flattened and spread out.  Synonyms: pes planus, splayfoot.






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"Flatfoot" Quotes from Famous Books



... life, an' please don't forget it." Then in a tone of most ingratiating apology to me: "I soaked it all in be'ind my shut eyes. 'I'm"—he jerked a contemptuous thumb towards Mr. Pyecroft—"'e's a flatfoot, a indigo-blue matlow. 'E never saw the fun from first to last. A mournful beggar—most depressin'." Private Glass departed, leaning ...
— Traffics and Discoveries • Rudyard Kipling



Words linked to "Flatfoot" :   patrolman, lawman, pes, pes planus, human foot, peace officer, foot, law officer



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