When we met, she was barefoot and dressed in ripped Levis and a T-shirt.
And, at Hanover Square, there were no speeches, no barefoot sprint à la Michelle Obama.
barefoot, he walks on burning coals, and learns that “in firewalking as in life, your mind has to be in a certain place.”
No one beats the barefoot Contessa in the kitchen thanks to her attainable and amazing recipes.
Congresswoman Jackie Speier tells Abigail Pesta why Republicans think women should be ‘barefoot and pregnant.’
He had flown by way of Bordeaux, and first landed in America, bare-headed and barefoot, and with a single halfpenny in his pocket.
She was in rags, barefoot, like the poorest nomad of them all.
Came the barefoot slatting of a Malay, pad-pad-padding aft, and the sound of a soft-voiced: Captain Briggs, sar?
They like to walk about barefoot and have money in their stocking.
Look at the wagons, each drawn by four oxen,—driven either by the owner or one of his barefoot boys.
To go barefoot was a sign of great distress (Isa. 20:2, 3, 4), or of some great calamity having fallen on a person (2 Sam. 15:30).