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.
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As long as a player stays on his toes and keeps his feet moving, there's only one mistake that can be made when playing the ball out of the rear corners.
Kernan explained: "I said three years ago that he's the next Gooch if, and he's my own clubman, he does the things right, keeps his feet on the ground, works hard at his game, does the gym work - which he's not doing - and do the things that's going to make him better.
He is a tremendous talent and as long as he keeps his feet on the ground I am sure he will have a bright future ahead of him.
He keeps his feet warm with layers of socks--a pair of white ones under thick lumberjack socks with a red stripe.
However,it is vital that he keeps his feet on the ground.