• It depends on the source. That term is used in the profecy written in the Bible book of Daniel. Daniel interpreted a dream that the king had about an image made of many different materials, the feet were a mixture of clay and iron.
  • A flaw or weakness that's not easily seen in someone whose generally admired.
  • It means being a coward or being afraid of doing some particular thing.
  • The phrase "feet of clay" refers to a giant statue made of different materials. The feet part was made of clay. The phrase came to refer to any person whose imperfections weren't initially clearly seen. However their faults were definitely there even if they weren't immediately evident.
  • you procrastinate

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