keep feet on the ground


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Related to keep feet on the ground: keep together, keep watch on, worse for wear, jump in feet first

keep one's feet on the ground

 and have one's feet on the ground
Fig. to remain calm and stable. You will do all right if you have your feet on the ground. Don't get carried away. Just keep your feet on the ground and you will do fine.
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keep your/both feet on the ground

to not have your character spoilt by becoming famous or successful Friends say she's kept her feet firmly on the ground - fame hasn't changed her.
See also: feet, ground, keep, on