Words nearby instep
How to use instep in a sentence
I’ve limped many excruciating miles with my dogs howling, cut trips short, and was even sidelined for over a month with an infected sore on my instep.
For the instep: Slip 1st 18 stitches on to the needle, join in the color, knit 21 stitches, turn and knit back.
With blue make a double in each stitch all around bottom of leg and instep.
With a quick movement he placed the white-hot length of flint firmly against the delicate skin of the instep and held it there.Warrior of the Dawn|Howard Carleton Browne
As he sat he had raised one leg upon the other, placing his foot on his knee, and he held it there with his hand upon his instep.Orley Farm|Anthony Trollope
Their bodies are scarred in various parts, particularly about the breast and arms, and frequently on the instep.The Voyage Of Governor Phillip To Botany Bay|Arthur Phillip
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Other Idioms and Phrases with instep
Moving to a rhythm or conforming to the movements of others, as in The kids marched in step to the music. [Late 1800s]
in step with. In conformity or harmony with, as in He was in step with the times. The antonym to both usages is out of step, as in They're out of step with the music, or His views are out of step with the board's. [Late 1800s] Also see in phase; out of phase.