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Definition of "one-foot" []

  • In organ-building, at a pitch three octaves above that of the keys used: said of stops or tones. See stop, 6, and foot, 12 .

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "one-foot" in a sentence
  • "Boeing 737 jet that made an emergency landing in Charleston, W. Va., after developing a one-foot hole on top of its fuselage at 30,000 feet."
  • "Last October, an American Airlines Boeing 757 suffered a one-foot rupture and rapid decompression while cruising at 31,000 feet en route from Miami to Boston."
  • "One of the floor installations in the Gary Snyder Gallery presents eight pink titanium panels, each one-foot wide and two-feet tall, positioned down the length of the gallery's main space like a kinked spine."
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