see bound hand and foot; wait on someone hand and foot.
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How to use hand and foot in a sentence
The rocks were steep, but so broken as to offer good hand-and foot-hold.Adventures on the Roof of the World | Mrs. Aubrey Le Blond
Their beautiful scales flash scarlet, blue, and gold, and their little hand-and-foot fins are ever trembling and waving.The Log of the Sun | William Beebe
The time's all too short, and I'm bound hand-and-foot here, and can do nought.A Girl of the People | L. T. Meade
You will find my sister in his room, for she has nursed him hand-and-foot this two months back.Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes | Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Such a system of hand-and-foot control has become general in aeroplanes.The Aeroplane | Claude Grahame-White and Harry Harper