One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Be (or remain) practical and sensible.‘it's a very exciting time for the business but it's important that we keep our feet on the ground’
- ‘It keeps his feet on the ground, and it's nice to see him taking part in the fun where it all starts for players.’
- ‘I have my feet on the ground but remain confident I can go through.’
- ‘He's held his own and kept his feet on the ground since coming in and is growing in stature with each game.’
- ‘But he remains confident that ‘a good poem allows you to have your feet on the ground and your head in the air simultaneously’.’
- ‘If he keeps his feet on the ground and maintains his progress, he'll be fine.’
- ‘They were always genuine and kept their feet on the ground even after hitting the big time.’
- ‘‘Jason is a great guy who has always kept his feet on the ground,’ said Campbell.’
- ‘My family, especially, is very supportive and has kept my feet on the ground.’
- ‘I see myself as a normal person, and that's what keeps your feet on the ground.’
- ‘Job offers came in but rather than running off to the US or London, Dorren kept his feet on the ground.’
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