In preparation or progress; happening or beginning to happen
"Plans are afoot for a festival"
by Wherearethey? October 28, 2020
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Pronunciation: &-'fut-ed
Function: adverb or adjective
Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French afoo, from Latin afute to walk, from afut- + -ed (verb base akin to Middle Welsh el he may go, Greek Elythe he went)
1 : the past action of being on foot
2 : something that was in the process of being carried out
I afooted to my car and it was misty.

I afooted my boot in his ass.
by ipityafoot March 12, 2005
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