a prominent or influential person, especially a journalist or news analyst.
to assert one's authority or influence (over): lobbyists bigfooting around the Senate; a reporter bigfooted by a senior correspondent.
Other definitions for Bigfoot (2 of 2)
a very large, hairy, humanoid creature of legend, reputed to inhabit wilderness areas of the United States and Canada, especially the Pacific Northwest.
- Also called Sasquatch.
- Compare Abominable Snowman.
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How to use bigfoot in a sentence
So she kept churning out Sasquatch stories, publishing a total of 16 books in the Cum for bigfoot series.Monster Porn Is the Latest Wrinkle in Self-Published Smut | Lizzie Crocker | January 14, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
What is it, one wonders, about these two bigfoot thunderers on the right that they share this personal history?
"We're goin' to punch cows again, that's what we're to do," answered bigfoot dismally.Hopalong Cassidy's Rustler Round-Up | Clarence Edward Mulford
Gasping for breath, he held out his hand and received a huge plug of tobacco, for bigfoot had won a contest.Hopalong Cassidy's Rustler Round-Up | Clarence Edward Mulford
His narrative of bigfoot's Adventures is the rollickiest and the most flavorsome that any American frontiersman has yet inspired.Guide to Life and Literature of the Southwest | J. Frank Dobie