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  • Big Al ( Nickname of football player Alan Shearer and of basketball player Al Jefferson )
  • Big Ben ( Nickname of basketball player Ben Wallace and American football player Ben Roethlisberger )
  • Big Cat ( Nickname of American football player Leon Lett )
  • Big Daddy ( Nickname of American football Dan Wilkinson )
  • Big Phil ( Nickname of football manager Luiz Felipe Scolari )
  • Big Sam ( Nickname of football manager Sam Allardyce )
  • Blue Suede Shoes ( Elvis Presley song )
  • Body and soul
  • Body bag
  • Body blow
  • Body building
  • Body heat
  • Body language
  • Body mass index
  • Body of evidence
  • Body of opinion
  • Body off Baywatch, face off Crimewatch
  • Body painting ( a form of painting that uses the human body as a canvas )
  • Body politic
  • Body popping
  • Body snatcher
  • Body surfing ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Bog trotter
  • Bone yard
  • Bound hand and foot
  • Break a leg ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Brought to heel
  • Can of corn ( A baseball expression meaning a ball which is easy to catch )
  • Carbon footprint ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Caught off base ( A baseball expression meaning unawares or by surprise )
  • Cement shoes
  • Champagne Tony ( Nickname of American football player Tony Eason )
  • Children's shoes have far to go ( Start-Rite Shoes advertising slogan )
  • Cock a leg
  • Cold feet ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Concrete shoes
  • Corn and cluck for a buck ( Kentucky Fried Chicken advertising slogan )
  • Corn fed
  • Cost an arm and a leg ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Crazy Legs ( Nickname of American football player Elroy Hirsch )
  • Cut the ground from under your feet
  • Dandy Don ( Nickname of American football player Don Meredith )
  • Dead men's shoes
  • Deep Fine Leg ( field position in the game of cricket )
  • Deep Square Leg ( field position in the game of cricket )
  • Diamonds On The Soles Of Her Shoes ( Paul Simon song )
  • Dip your toe into the water
  • Do you know the piano's on my foot?
  • Do you want a shape like a bra? Or do you want a shape like a woman? ( Warner's Body Bra advertising slogan )
  • Doesn't have a jealous bone in his body
  • Don't let the grass grow under your feet
  • Down at heel
  • Drag your feet
  • Earn your corn
  • Every inch a gentleman
  • Eye of newt and toe of frog, wool of bat and tongue of dog
  • Fall on your feet
  • Fancy footwork
  • Feet of clay
  • Figure painting ( a form of painting in which the human body is the subject )
  • Find your feet
  • Find your footing
  • First footing ( making a round of visits at New Year )
  • Fleet footed
  • Fleet of foot
  • Follow in the footsteps of
  • Foot in mouth
  • Foot in the bucket ( A baseball expression meaning to act timidly or cowardly )
  • Foot in the door ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Foot the bill
  • Footloose and fancy free
  • For want of a nail the shoe was lost ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • For want of a nail the shoe was lost; for want of a shoe the horse was lost; and for want of a horse the man was lost
  • Forward Short Leg ( field position in the game of cricket )
  • Fourth Quarter Vince ( Nickname of American football player Vince Young )
  • Fred Ex ( Nickname of American football player Freddie Mitchell )
  • From top to toe
  • Fruiting body
  • Garbage Man ( Nickname of American football player Michael Bradley )
  • Get back on your feet
  • Get off on the right foot
  • Get off on the wrong foot
  • Get to first base
  • Get to first base with
  • Get to second base
  • Get under your feet
  • Get your feet under the table
  • Get your feet wet
  • Get your foot in the door
  • Get your leg over
  • Get your toe in the door
  • Give a leg up
  • Give him an inch and he'll take a mile
  • Globe trotter
  • Golden Guus ( Nickname of football manager Guus Hiddink )
  • Goody two shoes
  • Gotta have my pops! ( Corn Pops advertising slogan )
  • Half inch ( Cockney rhyming slang for pinch )
  • Have the ball at your feet
  • He Hate Me ( Nickname of American football player Rod Smart )
  • Head to toe
  • Heavenly body
  • Heavy Lunch ( Nickname of American football player Norman Hand )
  • High heel sneakers
  • I don't believe it ( A catchphrase from Victor Meldrew, One Foot In The Grave )
  • I'll go to the foot of our stairs
  • If I said you had a beautiful body would you hold it against me?
  • If the shoe fits, wear it
  • Inch along
  • Inch by inch
  • Iron hoof ( Cockney rhyming slang for poof )
  • Itchy feet
  • Jump in with both feet
  • Junk Yard Dog ( Nickname of Jerome Williams )
  • Keep body and soul together
  • Keep your feet
  • Keep your feet on the ground
  • Keep your feet on the ground and keep reaching for the stars ( A catchphrase from Casey Kasem In America's Top 40 )
  • Kick off your shoes and enjoy
  • Knacker's yard
  • Lady Madonna, children at your feet ( Beatles song lyric )
  • Land on your feet
  • Left footer
  • Leg Gully ( field position in the game of cricket )
  • Leg Slip ( field position in the game of cricket )
  • Leg it
  • Leg lamp
  • Leg over
  • Leg pull
  • Leg up
  • Light on your feet
  • Lightning Feet ( Nickname of Sebastian Janikowski )
  • Long Leg ( field position in the game of cricket )
  • Make first base
  • Make someone's toes curl
  • Milk. It does a body good ( Milk Marketing Board advertising slogan )
  • No one likes us, we don't care ( A catchphrase from Millwall football supporters )
  • Not in my back yard
  • Off base
  • On an equal footing
  • On me head son ( Invitation to cross a football so that another player can head it )
  • On the back foot
  • On the hoof
  • On the wrong foot
  • On your toes
  • One Foot In The Grave ( BBC comedy television series )
  • One foot in the grave
  • One leg at a time ( Dockers advertising slogan )
  • One toe over the line
  • One two buckle my shoe ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Out on your feet
  • Over my dead body
  • Pay an arm and a leg
  • Plates of meat ( Cockney rhyming slang for feet )
  • Political football
  • Pull the rug from under your feet
  • Pussyfoot around
  • Put a foot wrong
  • Put one foot in front of the other
  • Put your best foot forward
  • Put your feet up
  • Put your foot down
  • Put your foot in it
  • Put your foot in your mouth
  • Run off your feet
  • Run the plates
  • Set foot in
  • Shake a leg
  • Shoot yourself in the foot
  • Short Fine Leg ( field position in the game of cricket )
  • Short Square Leg ( field position in the game of cricket )
  • Show a leg
  • Show a little leg
  • Six feet under
  • So fast your feet won't touch the ground
  • Square Leg ( field position in the game of cricket )
  • Stand on your own two feet
  • Steal third base
  • Stops body odour ( Lifebouy Soap advertising slogan )
  • Sweep off your feet
  • Take the weight off your feet
  • The Adventure of the Devil's Foot ( Sherlock Holmes story )
  • The Body Guard ( Nickname of Baron Davis )
  • The Corn State ( Nickname of the US state of Iowa )
  • The Crazy Gang ( Nickname of Wimbledon Football Club )
  • The Flying Squad ( Nickname of the Specialist Crime Directorate, New Scotland Yard )
  • The Poor Bloody Infantry ( term used to describe the British infantry in WWI )
  • The Special One ( Nickname of football manager Jose Mourinho )
  • The Toe ( Nickname of Lou Groza )
  • The body is still warm
  • The body of evidence
  • The boot is on the other foot
  • The cobbler always wears the worst shoes
  • The cobbler should stick to his last
  • The game is afoot
  • The patter of tiny feet
  • The sheep's in the meadow the cow's in the corn ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • The shoe's on the other foot
  • There was an old woman who lived in a shoe ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Think on your feet
  • Toe the line
  • Too big for your boots
  • Touch base
  • Training shoes
  • Turn on your heel
  • Turn up your toes
  • Twinkle toes
  • Two left feet
  • Under the heel of
  • Vacation is a world where there are no locks on the doors or the mind or the body ( Club Med Resorts advertising slogan )
  • Vote with your feet
  • Waiting for the other shoe to drop
  • Walk a mile in my shoes
  • Walk someone off their feet
  • Walk to heel
  • Wardrobe malfunction ( when an item of clothing slips out of place to expose part of the body - typically a woman's breast )
  • When your shoes shine, so do you ( Kiwi Shoe Polish advertising slogan )
  • White Shoes ( Nickname of Billy Johnson )
  • With rings on her fingers and bells on her toes she shall have music wherever she goes ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Without a leg to stand on
  • Word association football
  • Work the rabbit's foot on
  • You too can have a body like mine ( Charles Atlas advertising slogan )
  • You're pulling my leg

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