- timidity that prevents the continuation of a course of action
"I was going to tell him but I got cold feet"
- My feet are cold.
- My feet get cold.
- He's getting cold feet.
- My hands and feet have got as cold as ice.
- Soles of the feet are insensitive to heat and cold.
- My hands and feet were as cold as ice.
- If your feet get wet, you'll get a cold.
- If your feet get wet, you'll catch a cold.
- The groom was getting cold feet just minutes before the wedding.
- Every actor has cold feet just before the beginning of a show.
- The carcass weight referred to in Article 13(1) of Directive 93/25/EEC is the weight of the slaughtered animal's cold body after having been bled, skinned and eviscerated, and after removal of the head (severed at the atlanto-occipital joint), of the feet (severed at the carpo-metacarpal or tarso-metatarsal joints), of the tail (severed between the sixth and seventh caudal vertebrae) and of the genital organs (including udder).