Definition of Footrests

1. Noun. (plural of footrest) ¹



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Definition of Footrests

1. footrest [n] - See also: footrest

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Footrests

footplate men
footplates
footpoint
footpoints
footpost
footposts
footprint
footprint evidence
footprinting
footprints
footra
footrace
footraces
footras
footrest
footrests (current term)
footrope
footropes
footrot
footrots
footrule
footrules
foots
footshock
footsie
footsies
footslog
footslogged
footslogger
footsloggers

Literary usage of Footrests

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1. Choosing a Wheelchair System edited by Seldon P. Todd, Jr. (1992)
"The basic wheelchair with some variations of footrests and legrests. ... The obvious function of the footrests is to keep the feet off the floor. ..."

2. Diseases of Women by Harry Sturgeon Crossen (1922)
"The advantage of the footrests is that the patient's hips may be brought to the ... In the absence of a surgical chair, footrests may be attached to a plain ..."

3. Accessibility Guidelines for Buildings and Facilities, State and Local edited by Patrick D. Cannon (1998)
"The CAH study indicated that children using wheelchairs need a higher clearance because their footrests are set higher from the floor than an adult's ..."

4. Boy Activity Projects by Samuel A. Blackburn (1918)
"The footrests on the bottom are also 2'4" apart. These may be easily seen by referring to the drawing. These footrests are spiked on permanently. ..."

5. French-English Dictionary, with Explanatory Notes, of Terms and Expressions by William Edward Bayles (1918)
"The footrests are connected with a ;jx┬╗werful brake on the rear. Tliis machine has very comfortable Crabber covered footrests. The fore-car is of cane, ..."

6. Annual Report by Indiana State Board of Health (1901)
"Curved, fluted and elaborate supports should not be thought of, and it would be well to do away with footrests, for they are not really necessary; ..."

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