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bigfoot

[ big-foot ]
/ ˈbɪgˌfʊt /
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noun, plural big·feet, big·foots.
a prominent or influential person, especially a journalist or news analyst.
verb (used with or without object)
to assert one's authority or influence (over): lobbyists bigfooting around the Senate; a reporter bigfooted by a senior correspondent.
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Origin of bigfoot

1975–80,Americanism; after Big Foot

Other definitions for bigfoot (2 of 2)

Big Foot

or Bigfoot


noun
a very large, hairy, humanoid creature reputed to inhabit wilderness areas of the U.S. and Canada, especially the Pacific Northwest.
Also called Sasquatch.

Origin of Big Foot

First recorded in 1960–65; so called from the size of its alleged footprints
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