Difference between “Feet” Vs “Feat”

Hello Everyone! Hoping you are all keeping fit as usual. Our today’s topic will point at homophones – Feet & Feat. Our intension here at ADELOVE is to ensure that you never confuse feet and feat again. Let’s take a look right quick at the definitions and examples below. Please do feel free to send us email or leave comments below if you have question. Thank you!

Feet and feat are homophones, which means they sound the same but have different meanings.


Feet – The part of the leg of a human being below the ankle joint. E.g.

(1) His bare feet projected from his trousers

(2) Stan’s feet are huge, he wears a size fifteen shoe


Feat – A notable achievement i.e. an act you do that deserves awe

(1) He performed a great feat.

(2) Lagos State Ministry of Health epic battle against the Ebola virus was a courageous feat



Fill in either feet or feat in the blanks below.

  1. Tina’s ……….. can’t fit in my shoes because they’re too small (Tips: Talks about shoes size)
  2. An example of a ….. is climbing Mt. Everest (Tips: No ordinary person could climb Mt. Everest, you require an extra skills. This sounds like an achievement which is not common)



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