feetfirst

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feetfirst

(ˈfiːtˈfɜːst)
adv
in a manner where the feet come first

feet•first

(ˈfitˈfɜrst)

adv.
with the feet foremost.
[1945–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.feetfirst - with the feet foremost; "he jumped into the pool feetfirst"
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Those who jumped feetfirst into the Big Data revolution quickly found this out.
| "The site where the body lay was relatively orderly and gave the appearance that it had been placed there fairly carfully and that it had been pushed under the hedge feetfirst."
Jamie Baillie, 37, was dragged into the sea after being catapulted feetfirst by his fishing rope.
Many people captured photos of buried cars while others filmed themselves jumping feetfirst into very deep snow.
Nou soti pye devari' (Most of us enter this world headfirst, then we leave it feetfirst).
The film leaps in feetfirst. Ingrid's tactic for navigating her once-sighted life, she explains, is to constantly exercise her memory, visualizing the people, things and places she's known.
Think twice before you jump feetfirst into that aquarium.
In The Couch, a little-known video from 1973, we watch the artist force his body through a sofa feetfirst, only to emerge out the backside in a kind of birthing episode.
"He came down feetfirst at like 100 mph," the New York Daily News quoted a witness Andrew Petrocelli as saying.
As James had already made two feetfirst saves as German eyes lit up at a clear sight of goal, it seemed there was no way back for a team being outmanoeuvred.
I tried to get in a position where I could land feetfirst but I couldn't.
The Irishman did save from Giggs and then twice from Rooney, but in truth they were routine efforts, even the near post feetfirst block after England's teenage striker had stepped inside Jean-Alain Boumsong.