keep (one's) feet

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keep (one's) feet

To maintain one's balance; to avoid falling or tripping. It wasn't until the second day on the boat that I was able to keep my feet during one of these storms.
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keep your feet (or legs)

manage not to fall.
See also: feet, keep
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Line up under your foot's sweat glands, the tiny holes absorb and expel sweat but are too small to let water back in; keeping your feet dry and odor-free, even without socks.
These boots will have you sinsin' in the rain, all while keeping your feet dry.
Facing the resident and keeping your feet shoulder-width apart and your knees bent, position the resident's feet on the floor and slightly apart.