A Writing Rose

Santuary for Women

Idioms About Legs And Such


I love the website Daily Writing Tips. As usual the author over there has come up with another helpful article for writers. Remember writers come in all kinds from the student in school, to the office worker, to professional writers. We all need to keep up on our writing skills.


Here is a list of expressions that refer to one’s legs or feet or their parts, and the meaning of each idiom.

1. One’s Achilles’ heel is one’s weakness. 2. To be bound hand and foot is to be literally or figuratively tied up. Click here to read the rest of this very helpful list.


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