hand and foot

hand and foot  {adv. phr.}
1. So that the hands and feet cannot be used. — Used with "bind" or a synonym.
The robbers bound him hand and foot and left him on the floor.
2. So that no tree action is possible. — Used with "bind" or a synonym.
If Mr. Jones signs that paper, he will be bound hand and foot.
Categories: adverb foot hand

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