footstool [foo t-stool] ExamplesWord Originnoun
There is only one way on God’s footstool that you can beat him.
“Come here, Seora, and sit by me a little,” and she pointed to a footstool at her side.
H. Rider Haggard
“Come and sit here,” she said, pointing to a footstool at her feet.
St. John G. Ervine
Susanna, without moving a muscle of her face, brought the footstool.
During this recital, Adine was seated facing Davy on the footstool.
George S. Harney
British Dictionary definitions for footstool footstool noun
- a low stool used for supporting or resting the feet of a seated person
Word Origin and History for footstool n.