world at (one's) feet

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world at (one's) feet

A phrase used to indicate someone's success in a particular area. Betsy is such a talented singer that I'm sure she'll have the world at her feet one day and be courted by record execs.
See also: feet, world
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A young and beautiful woman," he continued sententiously, "has the whole world at her feet.
To support such women, I decided to set up the travel agency, The World at Her Feet, in 2012.
The World At Her Feet, based in Dubai, has been open to women from around the world since Paulomi Bhatt founded it two years ago.
For only 8,500 dirhams (BD867) on a twin-sharing basis, the World at her Feet promises a Guatemala tour complete with an array of sightseeing, food and traditional crafts.
Photographer Nichola Graham said: "It's heartbreaking to think just a year ago Michaella had the world at her feet and now she is trying to survive day and night in a Peru jail.
Thirteen year old Roxy Ran considers herself an all time loser, one who has to occupy the lowest rang in the school pecking order, while her glamorous older sister seems to have the world at her feet.
The Hoarder Next Door (C4, 9pm) Once upon a time Patricia Ford had the world at her feet when she starred in long-running soap Coronation Street.
Beautiful, carefree and with the world at her feet - she is Di's NIECE, Celia McCorquodale.
THE World at Her Feet is a new travel experience for women launched in the Middle East with its first travel experience a journey across the India to the grand palaces of the Maharajas scheduled for departure on September 1, 2011.
RIHANNA might have the world at her feet but she reckons British music festivals are the best around.
DRAMA Helen Baxendale Ten years ago, Helen Baxendale seemed to have the world at her feet.
Bonnie, 24, had the world at her feet after graduating at the renowned Laban School of Dance in London.
Cheryl is a beautiful, talented young girl with the world at her feet.
Particularly Karren, who is a young woman, with the business world at her feet, she is seriously damaged forever.
LIVERPOOL teenager Alison O'Toole has the world at her feet after winning a top award.
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