1. under the foot or feet; on the ground; underneath or below: The climb was difficult because there were so many rocks underfoot.
2. so as to form an obstruction, as in walking; in the way: the ends of her sash falling constantly underfoot. adjective
3. lying under the foot or feet; in a position to be trodden upon.
"principles can be underfoot."
"conditions can be underfoot."
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