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 .
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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."