off one's feet
phrasal in a sitting or lying position

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • off one's feet — See: KNOCK OFF ONE S FEET, SWEEP OFF ONE S FEET …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • off one's feet — See: KNOCK OFF ONE S FEET, SWEEP OFF ONE S FEET …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • knock off one's feet — {v. phr.} To surprise (someone) so much that he does not know what to do. * /Her husband s death knocked Mrs. Jones off her feet./ * /When Charlie was given the prize, it knocked him off his feet for a few minutes./ Compare: BOWL OVER(2), SWEEP… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • knock off one's feet — {v. phr.} To surprise (someone) so much that he does not know what to do. * /Her husband s death knocked Mrs. Jones off her feet./ * /When Charlie was given the prize, it knocked him off his feet for a few minutes./ Compare: BOWL OVER(2), SWEEP… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • carry --- off one's feet — See: KNOCK OFF ONE S FEET, SWEEP OFF ONE S FEET …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • carry --- off one's feet — See: KNOCK OFF ONE S FEET, SWEEP OFF ONE S FEET …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • take a load off one's feet — {v. phr.} To alleviate one s fatigue by sitting down during some taxing work. * / You ve been standing there for hours, Jake, John said. Why don t you take a load off your feet? / …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • take a load off one's feet — {v. phr.} To alleviate one s fatigue by sitting down during some taxing work. * / You ve been standing there for hours, Jake, John said. Why don t you take a load off your feet? / …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • sweep off one's feet — {v. phr.} To make (someone) have feelings (as love or happiness) too strong to control; overcome with strong feeling; win sudden and complete acceptance by (someone) through the feelings. * /The handsome football captain swept Joan off her feet… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • sweep off one's feet — {v. phr.} To make (someone) have feelings (as love or happiness) too strong to control; overcome with strong feeling; win sudden and complete acceptance by (someone) through the feelings. * /The handsome football captain swept Joan off her feet… …   Dictionary of American idioms

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