footage


footage

footage [foo t-ij] ExamplesWord Origin See more synonyms for footage on Thesaurus.com noun

  1. length or extent in feet: the footage of lumber.
  2. Mining.
    1. payment by the running foot of work done.
    2. the amount so paid.
  3. a motion-picture scene or scenes: newsreel footage; jungle footage.

Origin of footage First recorded in 1890–95; foot + -age Related formsun·der·foot·age, noun Related Words for footage flick, picture, cinema, show, footage, dailies, rushes, talkie, silent, photoplay Examples from the Web for footage Contemporary Examples of footage

  • Some of the video was crystal clear, but in other footage the figures were just fuzzy shadows in black and white.

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    Michael Daly

    December 31, 2014

  • Other footage shows him fleeing, keeping to a quick walk, jogging briefly, then walking again as he heads for a subway station.

    Exclusive: Inside a Cop-Killer’s Final Hours

    Michael Daly

    December 31, 2014

  • They were found guilty of practicing habitual debauchery and inciting others to sexual deviance because of the footage.

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    Bel Trew

    December 30, 2014

  • The cooperation with the Klezmatics was inspired, as the footage is silent.

    In Hands of Hungarian Artist, Jewish Home Movies of the ’30s a Warning of Coming Holocaust

    Daniel Genis

    October 25, 2014

  • He told a local newspaper that the footage of him had been taken out of context.

    The Secret Money Buying Wisconsin’s Laws

    ProPublica

    October 17, 2014

  • Historical Examples of footage

  • You’d have to set them in a hole and that takes away some footage.

    Project Mastodon

    Clifford Donald Simak

  • In fact, they called her a “reel hog” and a “glutton for footage.”

    We Can’t Have Everything

    Rupert Hughes

  • I got some footage of the tugs grappling the ship, which was now completely weightless, and pulling her down.

    Four-Day Planet

    Henry Beam Piper

  • This was a familiar task, the same thing I’d done with all the footage and accounts from the riots in the park.

    Little Brother

    Cory Doctorow

  • I cut back to Carrie Johnstone, the footage of her sitting at the board table with Rooney, laughing.

    Little Brother

    Cory Doctorow

  • British Dictionary definitions for footage footage noun

    1. a length or distance measured in feet
      1. the extent of film material shot and exposed
      2. the sequences of filmed material
      1. payment, by the linear foot of work done
      2. the amount paid

    Word Origin and History for footage n.

    1892, “piece work system to pay miners;” 1916, “the length of film used in a scene, etc.,” from foot (n.) as a measure of length + -age.

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