world at (one's) feet

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world at (one's) feet

A phrase used to indicate someone's success in a particular area. Betsy is such a talented singer that I'm sure she'll have the world at her feet one day and be courted by record execs.
See also: feet, world
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HE may have the world at feet - but Giants superstar Jermaine McGillvary remains one of the most grounded rugby league players around, despite a CV that's growing impressively by the year.
WORLD AT FEET Ozil and Mertesacker are over the moon after winning the World Cup
He trained in the hotel gym while there and will report back for pre-season training with the Ospreys tomorrow morning with the rugby world at feet.
Now Wayne has the world at feet and the happiness of countless Evertonians - and their families - in his 17-year-old hands.
WORLD AT FEET Ron can earn double; THAT'S MY BOY Sir Alex is backing Cristiano Ronaldo
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