on foot

on foot  {adv.} or  {adj. phr.}
1. By walking.
Sally's bicycle broke and she had to return home on foot.
2. Being planned.
The reporter said that a civil rights demonstration was on foot.
Plans have been set on foot for a party for Miss Jackson, because she is retiring.
Categories: adjective adverb foot

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