Idiom: Sweep off your feet
Meaning: If you are swept off your feet, you lose control emotionally when you fall in love or are really impressed.Country: International English | Subject Area: Body and bodily functions | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Cold feet
- Feet on the ground
- World at your feet
- Two left feet
- Sweep things under the carpet
- Drag your feet
- Get your feet wet
- Clean sweep
- Let the grass grow round your feet
- Find your feet
- Six feet under
- Feet of clay
- Fall on our feet
- Light on your feet
- Run off your feet
- Itchy feet
- Jump in feet first
- Sweep the board
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