Footing [noun]

Definition of Footing:

foundation, basis

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Sentence/Example of Footing:

Eric Fisher had inside leverage Drove Harrison up the field and his lost his footing.

While Green acknowledges the extra gear he could stand to provide, head coach Steve Kerr believes the three-time champion is exactly where he needs to be as these new-look Warriors find their footing.

Mortgage rates were flat this week as the economic recovery struggles to gain solid footing.

Oil majors that were once the most powerful corporations in the world lost much of their footing in 2020, along with many billions of dollars.

These are heady figures for an industry that gained its footing only 20 years ago.

Just when you get your footing, things rapidly change and require extreme flexibility and agility.

After 20 seasons with one team, Brady is still finding his footing with Tampa BayThe Saints are atop the NFC despite losing Drew Brees for a few weeks.

While her wedding business, which historically brought in roughly 75 percent of her profit, has been gutted by restrictions on large gatherings, her winery and vineyard have found a solid footing over the past few months.

The very footing of each Avre shoe is to recognize and celebrate every woman’s step.

We are extremely fortunate to be on really solid footing, thanks to Eli and Edythe Broad, who have made sure of that.