My-foot sentence example

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  • I had my foot in the door and he darn near busted it, all the time saying his wife had a big mouth and didn't know what she was talking about.

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  • Fashion accessories can be more than just a look, as I discovered on the day I stuck the lollipop to my foot.

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  • A sharp pain on the top of my foot which is usually around the second metatarsal (in line with the second toe ).

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  • I caught my foot on some rather prickly undergrowth which split the top of the boot.

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  • I put my foot down firmly on the pedal and pushed the throttles forward.

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  • I get pain in the ball of my foot - caused by deformed toes?

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  • Suddenly my ecstasy gave place to terror; for my foot struck against a rock and the next instant there was a rush of water over my head.

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  • His wings are as long as my arm, and his bill is as long as my foot.

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  • I have found it a convenient medium of communicating with Helen when she is at some distance from me, for it enables me to talk with her by tapping upon the floor with my foot.

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  • But, unfortunately, I struck my foot on a rock and fell forward into the cold water.

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  • My rickshaw driver was keen to get away from them, nearly running over my foot in the process.

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  • You see this car has got a whining sound whenever my foot is on the gas pedal.

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  • Wentz also stated that he woke up early to check to see which artists were nominated and upon not seeing his band's name on the list, says he "ended up breaking my foot on my computer."

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  • I always wind up with my foot in my mouth.

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  • I'm petrified I'll put my foot in my mouth and screw it up.

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  • I'd probably blow my foot off.

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  • I tripped in the rain.  I think my foot is stuck in a root.

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  • I think I could cut it away.  I've tried taking off my shoe and maneuvering my foot every which way.

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