Definition of Footdraggers

1. footdragger [n] - See also: footdragger



Lexicographical Neighbors of Footdraggers

footboard
footboards
footbone
footbones
footboy
footboys
footbrake
footbreadth
footbridge
footbridges
footcandle
footcare
footcloth
footcloths
footdragger
footdraggers (current term)
footdragging
footdraggings
footed
footedness
footer
footered
footering
footers
footfall
footfalls
footfault
footfaulted
footfaulting
footfaults

Literary usage of Footdraggers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Making Free Trade Work: The Canada-U.S. Agreement by Peter Morici (1990)
"... in turn, slow progress in the multilateral negotiations. The footdraggers in those negotiations will argue, "See, even the United States and Canada, ..."

2. The Harmon Memorial Lectures in Military History, 1959-1987: A Collection of by Harry R. Borowski (1988)
"To all intents and purposes the fate of the three footdraggers was now determined, and none survived the next three months of office. ..."

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