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- noun The quality of being
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Now the two tech icons are running neck and neck -- a reversal of fortune the bloggerati are inclined to ascribe to a combination of Steve Jobs 'genius and Microsoft's flatfootedness.
The Al Gore for whom I will be making the case is one that I believe will be recognizable to all who have followed his career, including his awkwardness and his occasional political flatfootedness in 2000.
It's Got to Be Gore: Part III-- There's No Adequate Alternative 2007
The very flatfootedness of her style becomes an asset in embodying a strange or exotic theme; she is at her best when her narrative realism is used in the service of an imaginative vision.
In the Disintegrating City Dinnage, Rosemary 1975
Underneath the snow is ice, so that walking on it is a feat of diligent flatfootedness.
Daily News-Record 2010
Tommy lets her actors shout a little too often, and unwisely lets McClain overplay the outside organizer's flatfootedness.
The Penguins 'flatfootedness caused them to allow the opening goal for the seventh time in their last eight games.
Kuklas Korner 2009
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