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1single–foot

noun sin·gle–foot \ˈsiŋ-gəl-ˌft\
plural single–foots

Definition of SINGLE-FOOT

:  7rack b

First Known Use of SINGLE-FOOT

1867

2single–foot

intransitive verb

Definition of SINGLE-FOOT

of a horse
:  to go at a rack
sin·gle–foot·er noun

First Known Use of SINGLE-FOOT

1890

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