flat-footedly
adverb see flat-footed I

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • flat-footedly — flat foot·ed·ly …   English syllables

  • flat-footedly — See flat footed. * * * …   Universalium

  • flat-footedly — adverb see flat footed I …   Useful english dictionary

  • flat-footed — [flat′foot΄id] adj. 1. having flatfoot 2. designating a manner of walking, with the toes pointed outward, as by people with flatfoot ☆ 3. Informal downright and firm; plain and uncompromising 4. Informal …   Universalium

  • flat-footed — [flat′foot΄id] adj. 1. having flatfoot 2. designating a manner of walking, with the toes pointed outward, as by people with flatfoot ☆ 3. Informal downright and firm; plain and uncompromising 4. Informal a) awkward or clumsy b) tedious, plodding …   English World dictionary

  • flat-footed — I. adjective Date: 1601 1. affected with flatfoot; broadly walking with a dragging or shambling gait 2. a. firm and well balanced on the feet b. free from reservation ; forthright < had an honest flat footed way of saying a thing > 3. not ready …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • flat-footed — /flæt ˈfʊtəd/ (say flat footuhd) adjective 1. having flat feet. 2. Colloquial clumsy and tactless. 3. Colloquial unprepared, unable to react quickly. –phrase 4. go flat footed, World War I Colloquial a. (of an airman) to travel without an… …   Australian English dictionary

  • flat-footed — adj. 1 having flat feet. 2 colloq. downright, positive. 3 colloq. unprepared; off guard (was caught flat footed). Derivatives: flat footedly adv. flat footedness n …   Useful english dictionary

  • flat-footed — adjective 1》 having flat feet. 2》 informal clumsy. 3》 informal unprepared; off guard. Derivatives flat footedly adverb flat footedness noun …   English new terms dictionary

  • flat-footedness — See flat footedly. * * * …   Universalium

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