Definition of walk someone off their feet in US English:

walk someone off their feet


  • Walk with someone until they are exhausted.

    • ‘At the time I was about seventy-five years and Leon wasn't too far behind me but he walked me off my feet.’
    • ‘Aged 70 she holidayed in Oban with son Anthony, walked him off his feet on a 14- mile hike, then completed the trek by doing the splits.’
    • ‘Dr Graham walked me off my feet round the cathedral and other historic parts of the city.’