Third-person singular simple present indicative form of foot.(verb)
The settlings of oil, molasses, etc., at the bottom of a barrel or hogshead.(noun)
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Use "foots" in a sentence
"The word putz (sounds like foots), comes from the German word putzen."
"Having withdrawn these coloured "foots," the second portion of the weak caustic soda solution is agitated with the partially refined oil, and, when the latter is sufficiently treated, it is allowed to rest and the settled coloured liquor drawn off as before."
"The residue or "foots" produced during the refining of crude cotton-seed oil, known in the trade as "mucilage," may be converted into"