On the siege being raised, Melville left Poitiers for Geneva, footing it all the way in the company of a few fellow-students.
Are you paying for this call, or is the City of Los Angeles footing the bill?
The two Governments, considered as distinct legislative powers, are on a footing of perfect equality.
He had gained a footing for himself in associations of every kind.
Meeting at first with little encouragement, it gradually gained a footing in most civilized countries.
The footing on which my wife and Mr. Sidney are is but too public.
It is a comfort to know that in the British islands this hateful kind of tyranny never found a footing.
And indeed Flaxman's footing with the beauty was by no means clear—least of all to himself.
He advanced a step at a time watching his footing, his knife drawn down and back for the uprip, the belly slash.
Nevertheless, she kept her footing for months after her interview with him.
footing "position, stance," originally from archery (1545), from foot.