cover (one's) feet

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cover (one's) feet

A Biblical euphemism for defecation. (While positioned in that act, one's robe would cover one's feet.) A: "Where is Joe?" B: "Oh, he's in the restroom, probably covering his feet, if you know what I mean."
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The floor length hem could cover your feet completely and with the design of the lace on the top, you will feel much more elegant.
Summary: Riyadh [Saudi Arabia], Sep 28 (ANI): If you are a shoes-enthusiast and spend most of your earning on buying them, here is a question for you- Just how much can you splurge to cover your feet? Well, the world's most expensive pair of shoes is set to go on sale, at a hefty USD 17 million!
The Spanish boss has often referred to the short blanket during his tenure at United saying: "If you cover your head, your feet are cold; if you cover your feet, your head is cold."
He said: "When you have a short blanket, if you pull it to your face, your feet are cold, if you cover your feet, your top half is cold."
Benitez said: "When you have a short blanket, if you pull it to your face, your feet are cold, if you cover your feet, your top half is cold."
"I have talked in the past about the short blanket - if you cover your head, your feet are cold; if you cover your feet, your head is cold.
COVER YOUR FEET Cover the soles of your feet with gaffer tape to avoid orange spots.
So shoes become ways to cover your feet, not tools in which to walk, unless you head off to a speciality store for special walking shoes and can cope with the wince when the slip is handed to you.
After using the heel treatment, cover your feet with socks to trap in the treatment for the longest time possible * Sunscreen: Yes, on your feet too.
Bin bags are handy for disposing of rubbish, keeping things dry and even to cover your feet if it rains.
You cover your feet and your head gets cold, you pull it over your head and your feet get cold.
Once you're in bed you can use it to help cover your feet. To make mine even easier to use, I've screwed a cup hook into one end, all the better to keep the covers from slipping (but beware, it's all the worse to get tangled in open-weave blankets).
Dress codes are strict, so wear long trousers and cover your feet and arms.