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."
See also: cover, feet
References in classic literature ?
All this she who was now seen to be a lovely woman delivered without any hesitation, with so much ease and in so sweet a voice that they were not less charmed by her intelligence than by her beauty, and as they again repeated their offers and entreaties to her to fulfil her promise, she without further pressing, first modestly covering her feet and gathering up her hair, seated herself on a stone with the three placed around her, and, after an effort to restrain some tears that came to her eyes, in a clear and steady voice began her story thus:
In the past two weeks alone we've seen her falling over spectacularly (into a cactus, no less) in front of the paparazzi, emerging from her house with bizarre white clouds of (presumably/hopefully) talcum powder covering her feet, and launching a pointless range of leggings.
The shop assistant, who is in her late 20s, was asked to close her eyes and guess what foods he was covering her feet with.