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1. One that is an indicated number of feet in height or length. Often used in combination: a six-footer.
2. Textual information, such as a title, date, or page number, positioned in the bottom margin of a page and usually repeated throughout a document.
3. See footing.
1. archaic a person who goes on foot; walker
2. (in combination) a person or thing of a specified length or height in feet: a six-footer.
(Soccer) informal Brit short for football1
footer(ˈfuːtər; ˈfuːtə) or
to potter; occupy oneself trivially or to little effect
a person who footers
[perhaps from French foutre; see footle]
one or more lines of information repeated at the bottom of every page in a document.
Past participle: footered
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|Noun||1.||footer - (used only in combinations) the height or length of something in feet; "he is a six-footer"; "the golfer sank a 40-footer"; "his yacht is a 60-footer"|
combining form - a bound form used only in compounds; "`hemato-' is a combining form in words like `hematology'"
|2.||footer - a person who travels by foot |
jaywalker - a reckless pedestrian who crosses a street illegally
nondriver - a person who is not a driver
peripatetic - a person who walks from place to place
rambler - a person who takes long walks in the country
shuffler - someone who walks without raising the feet
stalker - someone who walks with long stiff strides
stomper, tramper, trampler, stamper - someone who walks with a heavy noisy gait or who stamps on the ground
strider - a person who walks rapidly with long steps; "he was such a strider that she couldn't keep up without running"
swaggerer - someone who walks in an arrogant manner
waddler - someone who walks with a waddling gait; "fat waddlers who walk like pigeons"
wayfarer - a pedestrian who walks from place to place
|3.||footer - a printed note placed below the text on a printed page|