Foot hammer

(Mach.) a small tilt hammer moved by a treadle.

See also: Foot

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The PS15m man opened his Boro account in sizzling style with a left foot hammer and a sweet right foot rifled drive from a rebound.
Foot examination findings revealed high arched foot hammer toes sausage deformity and fibular deviation of toes.
and FORK AND STRIFE: This patient had piece of cutlery stuck in foot HAMMER HORROR: We've all got fingernails, but not quite like this UNSAFETY PIN: Swallowing sharp objects is not recommended by doctors JAMMED IN: Jar in OAP's back passage was supposed to be a cure for constipation FIGHTS AND It's WRONGS: easier to see how a soldier gets a bullet in the foot, above, than how someone ends up swallowing a spoon and a craft knife blade, left BARBER SHOCK: Horrified docs found a cut-throat razor in this patient's intestine
Simonsen managed to parry the blow but Keane made no mistake following it up with a right foot hammer blow in to the bottom left corner to give Wolves the lead.
Young flicked across goal, Barry turned back and Knight's left foot hammered in off the post to sicken Arsenal but give Villa the crucial point they deserved.
With 433lb ft of torque available, a flex of the right foot hammers the Volante down the road with sheer savagery.