kiss (one's) feet

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kiss (one's) feet

figurative To grovel or otherwise try to gain favor. The professor isn't going to give you an A, so you might as well stop kissing his feet.
See also: feet, kiss
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He added: "If you come back and sing that next week I'll get down and kiss your feet.
Behold," continued Smotryc'kyj, writing to the Pope, "situated in the most remote appendage of the sinful world, born in the schism as out of necessity, having wallowed in it for fifty years out of ignorance, extracted from the pit of miseries by the rays of Your Holiness' benefices and compassion toward the Ruthenian Church, I am moved, my feet and hands bound, to throw myself in tears at the knees of Your Holiness and to kiss Your feet most humbly.
You take the Romanians and they're so used to dealing with authority that they are ready to kiss your feet.
It is difficult to convey all of my emotions about this new release in writing, so I will just use big words: I kiss your feet, life is now beautiful," comments SOFTIMAGE|XSI v2.