footsore [foo t-sawr, -sohr] ExamplesWord Origin adjective
Now, the singer was beginning to be footsore and leg-weary, as is plain by his trail.
James Fenimore Cooper
It was a man, and he walked as though he were footsore and tired.
L. Allen Harker
We were footsore, hungry, and we talked about women and love.
John Dos Passos
Some were so footsore that they could hardly put one foot before the other.
G. A. Henty
We panted as we pelted on, parched and weary, faint and footsore.
Robert W. Service
British Dictionary definitions for footsore footsore adjective
- having sore or tired feet, esp from much walking
Derived Formsfootsoreness, noun Word Origin and History for footsore adj.