set foot in


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set foot in

some place to enter into some place; to begin to enter some place. The judge ordered him never to set foot in her house again. I would never set foot in a place like that.
See also: foot, set

set foot in

To enter.
See also: foot, set
References in classic literature ?
Stranger," she said, 'I reckon you're sure the first white that ever set foot in this valley.
Ha--send for the horses, pack the carriages, I'll not set foot in this man's house again
He told her that she was a tyrant, and that he would never set foot in her house again.
Sal, you needna ask me, I'm just a doited auld stock that never set foot in a club, so it's little I ken about glory.
As a result, she, who had lived in the bush all her days and never so much as set foot in a canoe, rocked and rolled unendingly over the broad ocean in a perpetual nightmare of fear.
Nay, it is but a day since I set foot in Bordeaux, but I feared lest the prince should think it strange that I had not waited upon him.