Definition of Insteps

1. Noun. (plural of instep) ¹



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Definition of Insteps

1. instep [n] - See also: instep

Lexicographical Neighbors of Insteps

instate
instated
instates
instating
instaunce
instaunt
instauntly
instauration
instaurations
instaurator
instaurators
instead
instead of
insteep
instep
insteps (current term)
instigant
instigate
instigated
instigates
instigating
instigatingly
instigation
instigations
instigative
instigator
instigators
instigatour
instigatrix
instil

Literary usage of Insteps

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

1. The Practitioner by Gale Group, ProQuest Information and Learning Company (1898)
"slighter cases are : (a) thick soles with well-fitting insteps, and roomy around the heads of the metatarsals ; (/>) a thickening of the sole of at least ..."

2. The Clinical Journal (1906)
"When the lower part of Those who have high insteps—/. e. a slight pes cavus—use the ball of their big toe a great deal more than do flatter fooled people, ..."

3. Dress and Care of the Feet: Showing Their Natural Perfect Shape and by John Lord Peck (1872)
"The insteps on ordinary lasts are placed near the middle, which is erroneous, ... If women's insteps do not suffer from this difficulty more than men's, ..."

4. Modern Gymnastic Exercises by Alexander Alexander (1890)
"COMMENCE with rig.22. breasting the bar, or by an "upstart," hands reversed; now, bending from the waist, raise the feet upwards until insteps are under the ..."

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