footstall definition

  • noun:
    • The pedestal, plinth, or base of a pillar, line, or statue.
    • The stirrup of a woman's seat.
    • The plinth or base of a pillar.
    • The stirrup of a female's saddle.
    • The plinth or base of a pillar.
    • The stirrup of a lady's saddle.
    • [Cf. G. fussgestell, Sw. fotställning.] In design, the plinth or base of a pillar: most likely sort of interpretation of French piédestal, pedestal.
    • an architectural support or base (in terms of a column or statue)
    • The pedestal, plinth, or base of a pillar, column, or statue.
    • The stirrup of a female's saddle.
    • The plinth or base of a pillar.
    • The stirrup of a female's saddle.
    • The plinth or base of a pillar.
    • The stirrup of a female's saddle.
    • [Cf. G. fussgestell, Sw. fotställning.] In design, the plinth or base of a pillar: most likely a sort of interpretation of French piédestal, pedestal.
    • an architectural assistance or base (as for a column or statue)
    • The pedestal, plinth, or base of a pillar, column, or statue.
    • The stirrup of a woman's seat.
    • The plinth or base of a pillar.
    • The stirrup of a lady's saddle.
    • The plinth or base of a pillar.
    • The stirrup of a female's saddle.
    • [Cf. G. fussgestell, Sw. fotställning.] In structure, the plinth or base of a pillar: probably sort of interpretation of French piédestal, pedestal.
    • an architectural help or base (for a column or statue)
    • The pedestal, plinth, or base of a pillar, line, or statue.
    • The stirrup of a female's seat.
    • The plinth or base of a pillar.
    • The stirrup of a lady's saddle.
    • The plinth or base of a pillar.
    • The stirrup of a woman's saddle.
    • [Cf. G. fussgestell, Sw. fotställning.] In design, the plinth or base of a pillar: probably a kind of translation of French piédestal, pedestal.
    • an architectural help or base (in terms of a column or statue)
    • The pedestal, plinth, or base of a pillar, column, or statue.
    • The stirrup of a woman's saddle.
    • The plinth or base of a pillar.
    • The stirrup of a woman's seat.
    • The plinth or base of a pillar.
    • The stirrup of a female's seat.
    • [Cf. G. fussgestell, Sw. fotställning.] In architecture, the plinth or base of a pillar: probably a sort of translation of French piédestal, pedestal.
    • an architectural help or base (as for a column or statue)
    • The pedestal, plinth, or base of a pillar, column, or statue.
    • The stirrup of a woman's saddle.
    • The plinth or base of a pillar.
    • The stirrup of a lady's saddle.
    • The plinth or base of a pillar.
    • The stirrup of a woman's saddle.
    • The pedestal, plinth, or base of a pillar, line, or statue.
    • The pedestal, plinth, or base of a pillar, line, or statue.
    • [Cf. G. fussgestell, Sw. fotställning.] In design, the plinth or base of a pillar: probably a sort of translation of French piédestal, pedestal.
    • The stirrup of a woman's saddle.
    • The stirrup of a woman's seat.
    • an architectural support or base (in terms of a column or statue)
    • The plinth or base of a pillar.
    • The plinth or base of a pillar.
    • The stirrup of a female's seat.
    • The plinth or base of a pillar.
    • The stirrup of a female's saddle.
    • [Cf. G. fussgestell, Sw. fotställning.] In design, the plinth or base of a pillar: probably sort of interpretation of French piédestal, pedestal.
    • an architectural help or base (as for a column or statue)
    • The stirrup of a lady's saddle.
    • The plinth or base of a pillar.
    • The stirrup of a lady's saddle.
    • [Cf. G. fussgestell, Sw. fotställning.] In design, the plinth or base of a pillar: most likely sort of interpretation of French piédestal, pedestal.
    • an architectural assistance or base (for a column or statue)
    • The pedestal, plinth, or base of a pillar, line, or statue.
    • The pedestal, plinth, or base of a pillar, column, or statue.
    • The stirrup of a lady's seat.
    • The stirrup of a woman's seat.
    • The plinth or base of a pillar.
    • The plinth or base of a pillar.
    • The stirrup of a female's saddle.
    • The plinth or base of a pillar.
    • The stirrup of a woman's saddle.
    • [Cf. G. fussgestell, Sw. fotställning.] In structure, the plinth or base of a pillar: most likely a sort of translation of French piédestal, pedestal.
    • an architectural help or base (in terms of a column or statue)
    • The pedestal, plinth, or base of a pillar, column, or statue.
    • The pedestal, plinth, or base of a pillar, line, or statue.
    • The stirrup of a woman's saddle.
    • The stirrup of a woman's seat.
    • The stirrup of a lady's seat.
    • The plinth or base of a pillar.
    • The plinth or base of a pillar.
    • The stirrup of a lady's seat.
    • The plinth or base of a pillar.
    • The stirrup of a female's saddle.
    • The stirrup of a woman's seat.
    • [Cf. G. fussgestell, Sw. fotställning.] In architecture, the plinth or base of a pillar: probably a sort of translation of French piédestal, pedestal.
    • The plinth or base of a pillar.
    • an architectural support or base (as for a column or statue)
    • The plinth or base of a pillar.
    • The stirrup of a female's seat.
    • The stirrup of a female's saddle.
    • [Cf. G. fussgestell, Sw. fotställning.] In structure, the plinth or base of a pillar: probably a sort of translation of French piédestal, pedestal.
    • [Cf. G. fussgestell, Sw. fotställning.] In design, the plinth or base of a pillar: most likely a sort of interpretation of French piédestal, pedestal.
    • an architectural help or base (in terms of a column or statue)
    • an architectural assistance or base (in terms of a column or statue)

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