walk (one) off (one's) feet

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walk (one) off (one's) feet

To exhaust one by making them walk very fast or for a very long distance. The kids have been stuck inside all day, so I think I'll take them out and walk them off their feet. I'm so out of shape that my mother walked me off my feet!
See also: feet, off, walk
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walk someone off their feet (or legs)

exhaust a person with walking.
See also: feet, off, someone, walk
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walk somebody off their ˈfeet

(informal) make somebody walk so far or so fast that they are very tired: She may be over seventy, but I’m sure she could walk some of you younger ones off your feet.
See also: feet, off, somebody, walk
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