foot in both camps, have a
Support or have good relations with two opposing sides. For example, He had a foot in both camps, making donations to candidates in both parties. In this expression camp alludes to encampments of enemy troops in a battle. [First half of 1900s]
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- foot brake,
- foot doctor,
- foot drop,
- foot fault,
- foot guards,
- foot in one's mouth, put one's,
- foot in the door, get one's,
- foot level,
- foot line,
- foot presentation
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