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feet Quotes

37 of the best book quotes about feet
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“O Shepherd. You said you would make my feet like hinds’ feet and set me upon High Places.”
Hannah Hurnard
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Hinds's Feet on High Places
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Much-Afraid
Shepherd
characters
love
promises
high places
feet
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″‘Well”, he answered ‘the only way to develop hinds’ feet is to go by the paths which the hinds use.′ ”
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“All I saw was his beauty, his singing limbs, the quick flickering of his feet.”
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“Winn-Dixie started to snore, and I nudged him with my foot to try to make him quit. I wanted to hear the rest of the story. It was important to me to hear how Littmus survived after losing everything he loved.”
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“He held out his hand to help me up. And I took it. I let him pull me to my feet.”
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“Today [...] eat whatever you want [...] If you wish, you may eat with both hands and both feet. So get in there and munch. Have a big munch-er-oo!”
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“But you have to be smart and keep watching their feet. Because sometimes they stand on their tiptoes and cheat.”
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“I’ve got a rabbit’s foot and I feel lucky that I have it, but I still know that it must’ve come from one unlucky rabbit.”
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“Feet are what connect you to the ground, and when you are poor, none of that ground belongs to you.”
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″...who am I to summon his hard and happy body his four white feet that love to wheel and pedal through the dark leaves to come back to walk by my side, obedient.”
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“Here soar not with wings But with your moving hands and feet And sweating brows - Standing by your Beloved’s side Reaching out to comfort this world With your cup of solace Drawn from your vast reservoir of truth.”
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“Stand therefore, having girded your waist with truth, • having put on the breastplate of righteousness, • and having shod your feet with the preparation of the gospel of peace; • above all, taking the shield of faith with which you will be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked one.”
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″ Left foot, Left foot Right foot, Right. Feet in the morning. Feet at night. Left foot, Left foot, Left foot, Right. Wet foot, Dry foot. High foot, Low foot. ”
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“Feet, Feet, Feet. How many, many feet you meet.”
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“Here come clown feet. Small feet, Big feet.”
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“Left foot. Right foot. Feet. Feet. Feet. Oh, how many feet you meet!”
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“Front feet, Back feet. Red feet, Black feet. Left foot, Right foot.”
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“Slow feet, Quick feet. Trick feet, Sick feet. Up feet, Down feet.”
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“His feet, Her feet. Fuzzy fur feet.”
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“In the house, and on the street how many, many feet you meet.”
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“More and more feet Twenty-four feet Here come more and more………….. ……….and more feet!”
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“No sooner had the puppet discovered that he had feet than he jumped down from the table on which he was lying, and began to spring and to cut a thousand capers about the room, as if he had gone mad with delight. ‘To reward you for what you have done for me,’ said Pinocchio to his father, ‘I will go to school at once.‘”
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″ ‘Oh drat,’ said Toad. ‘Not only do my feet hurt, but I have lost one of the buttons on my jacket.’ ”
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“A four-footed lion’s not much of a beast. The one in my zoo will have ten feet, at least! Five legs on the left and five more on the right.”
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“Our feet crunched over the crisp snow and little gray footprints followed. Pa made a long shadow, but mine was short and round. I had to run after him every now and then to keep up and my short, round shadow bumped after me.”
Pa
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“The penguin sat quietly, keeping Amos’s feet warm.”
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“Doctor De Soto was especially popular with the big animals. He was able to work inside their mouths, wearing rubbers to keep his feet dry, and his fingers were so delicate, and his drill so dainty, they could hardly feel any pain.”
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″...we still have no sofa and no big chairs. When mama comes home, her feet hurt. ‘There’s no good place for me to take a load off my feet,’ she says.”
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“Her mother went back to her picking, but Little Sal, because her feet were tired of standing and walking, sat down in the middle of a large clump of bushes and ate blueberries.”
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“Because his feet were tired of hustling, he picked out a large clump of bushes and sat down right in the middle and ate blueberries.”
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“As soon as they were back on their feet they circled round her so that the blanket was wrapped tighter and tighter. Then they tied the four corners together so that she could not possibly get out, and left her in the middle of the kitchen.”
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“One is the Springmouse who turns on the showers. Then comes the Summer who paints in the flowers. The Fallmouse is next with the walnuts and wheat. And Winter is last…with little cold feet.”
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“By this time the peddler was really very, very angry. He stamped both his feet and shouted, ‘You monkey’s you! You must give me back my caps!’ ”
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“Once more he stepped into the street and to his lips again laid his long pipe of smooth straight cane. Before he blew three notes (so sweet and soft, and yet so cunning), there was a rustling that seemed like a bustling of merry crowds justling at pitching and hustling. Small feet were pattering, wooden shoes clattering, little hands clapping and little tongues chattering, and, like fowls on a farm when barley is scattering, out came the children running.”
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“Dear children, I have to go into the forest, be on your guard against the wolf; if he comes in, he will devour you all - skin, hair, and everything, The wretch often disguises himself, but you will know him at once by his rough voice and black feet.”
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“But the Irishwoman, alone of them all, had seen which way Tom went. She kept ahead of every one the whole time; and yet she neither walked nor ran. She went along quite smoothly and gracefully, while her feet twinkled past each other so fast that you could not see which was foremost; till every one asked the other who the strange women was; and all agreed, for want of anything better to say, that she must be in league with Tom.”
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″ ‘Will you be good, Sir?’ she exclaimed, stamping her foot on the ground. ‘The reason for this, and the reason for that, indeed! You are always wanting the reason. No reason. There! Hoity toity me! I am sick of your grown-up reasons.’ ”

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