Foot iron

The step of a carriage.
A fetter.

See also: Foot, Foot

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in periodicals archive ?
Mittal's recommendation came a day after a labourer named Rinku, 30, met with an accident at construction site at Sector 86 with a six- foot iron rod falling on and impaling him.
The first project was the $1.83 million construction of a new 3,100 square foot iron removal facility in Hartland, MI, that provides 1.72 million gallons of water per day to the community.
Then, when Mr Hughes went to ask him why, Leavers came towards him wielding a four foot iron bar.
The large en suite bathroom has a roll top claw foot iron bath and a separate shower.
The prosecution case is that after leaving the New Inn, Morris entered Mandy Power's home and killed everyone inside, inflicting ``grotesque'' injuries with a four foot iron bar before setting the house on fire to hide his tracks.
He said the two then exchanged words before Leavers came towards him with a four foot iron bar.
, landed on the stone steps 20 feet below, then got to his feet and scaled a 12 foot iron gate and fled.
Because of a vista scene changes, foot irons and stage screws were not practical.