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barefoot

adverb or adjective bare·foot \-ˌft\

: without shoes : with the feet bare

Full Definition of BAREFOOT

:  with the feet bare <walked barefoot> <barefoot boy, with cheek of tan — J. G. Whittier>

Variants of BAREFOOT

bare·foot or bare·foot·ed \-ˈf-təd\

First Known Use of BAREFOOT

before 12th century
BAREFOOTED Defined for Kids

barefoot

adverb or adjective bare·foot \ˈber-ˌft\

Definition of BAREFOOT for Kids

:  with the feet bare <walking barefoot> <barefoot children>

Headscratcher for BAREFOOT

Even though both of your feet are bare, you say that you are barefoot and not barefeet!

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