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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It will be a special journey together, to support these players that have got the world at their feet.
A GROUP of Tyneside sixth formers have the world at their feet - quite literally.
Romelu Lukaku insists Belgium's bright young things have the world at their feet after booking their place in Brazil.
WORLD AT THEIR FEET n The Scots celebrate putting England to the sword with Baxter, socks around ankles, leading the party
The Prances had the world at their feet after winning nearly pounds 7million.
A TEENAGE couple are hoping they they will spend the summer with the world at their feet.
Living in their mock-Tudor houses complete with swimming pools in chilly Hertfordshire, these soccer bad boys have the world at their feet.
The dazzling Lytton twins, Adele and Venetia, have grown up with the world at their feet.
At a ceremony inside the ground, crash survivors Sir Bobby Charlton and Harry Gregg spoke to the crowd, including Sir Alex Ferguson and first team members, about the dazzlingly talented young stars who had the world at their feet when their deaths numbed a city - and world football.
Meanwhile, England's official World Cup I anthem, World At Their Feet, by Embrace, is out 1 on June 5.
The Stone Roses had the world at their feet and could have been bigger than Oasis, so what went wrong?
Meanwhile, England's official World Cup anthem, World At Their Feet, by Embrace, is released next Monday.
This time the official choice is Huddersfield band Embrace (above) with World At Their Feet.
With the wealth of talent teaching them there is no doubt these stars of the future have the world at their feet.
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