barefoot

Part of speech:

With the feet bare.

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Usage examples "barefoot":

  1. " Tide's comin' in- you'd best be careful," screamed Jinny as he bounded barefoot down the slope; but he was already out of earshot. - "North, South and Over the Sea", M.E. Francis (Mrs. Francis Blundell).
  2. The peasantry go barefoot, and the middle sort make use of wooden shoes. - "Slips of Speech", John H. Bechtel.
  3. The heat of the afternoon was stifling; the pitch bubbled in the seams of the deck; and the barefoot sailors stepped only on the shadowed places. - "The Voodoo Gold Trail", Walter Walden.