[ UK /fˈʊtstuːl/ ]
  1. a low seat or a stool to rest the feet of a seated person
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How To Use footstool In A Sentence

  • The interior is very modern, yet with a home-like feel, with leather armchairs, footstools and tables for food and drink, guaranteed to provide a more comfortable movie experience.
  • She handed Mary a cup, then stretched her legs out, bringing her feet to rest on the matching footstool.
  • The ark is called his footstool, because it was under the mercy-seat, Ps. cxxxii. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume IV (Isaiah to Malachi)
  • I'd been sitting in the recliner for about thirty minutes and had been icing the ankle with my foot elevated on a footstool to reduce the swelling, but it really didn't look like much had happened.
  • He wuz a spitz-beegul cross an teh silliest lukin goggeh you ever saw, liek a footstool wif a curly spitz tail an a beegle hed. Dumb dog. I always hide in the - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • She gave them both a hug and sat down in a fluffy armchair next to Waldo, putting her feet up on the footstool next to her chair.
  • The footstool was the right size for a table with a fringed napkin for a tablecloth; and Adelaide had her own little set of dishes, white with a moss-rose pattern. Caddie Woodlawn’s Family
  • Grievously sinful indeed it was and is to swear by heaven, which is the abode of God; or by earth, which is His creation and by Him called His footstool; or by Jerusalem, which was regarded by those who swore as the city of the great King; or by one's own head, which is part of the body God has created. Jesus the Christ A Study of the Messiah and His Mission According to Holy Scriptures Both Ancient and Modern
  • If you have a chair, it can be even more comfortable with an ottoman (a cushioned footstool), to prop your feet up on top of.
  • A propitiatory ... a covering for the ark: called a propitiatory, or mercy seat, because the Lord, who was supposed to sit there upon the wings of the cherubims, with the ark for his footstool, from thence shewed mercy. The Bible, Douay-Rheims, Book 02: Exodus The Challoner Revision
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