crow's-feet


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crow's-foot

(krōz′fo͝ot′)
n. pl. crow's-feet (-fēt′)
1. often crows-feet A wrinkle at the outer corner of the eye: got a face-lift to get rid of crow's-feet.
2. A three-pointed embroidery stitch, especially one in the form of a filled triangle used as finishing, as at the end of a seam.
Translations

crow's-feet

[ˈkrəʊzˈfiːt] NPL (= wrinkles) → patas fpl de gallo

crow's-feet

[ˈkrəʊzˈfiːt] nplzampe fpl di gallina
References in classic literature ?
They said to themselves, perhaps, that, before his hair was gray and the crow's-feet tracked his temples, this now decaying man must have stamped the impress of his features on many a woman's heart.
I remember looking in the glass, and wondering at my own gray hair, and the wrinkles, many and deep, right across my brow, and the furrows down my cheeks, and the prodigious trampling of crow's-feet about my temples
His face was wrinkled and his hair silvered; but an intelligent observer would have recognized at once the stigmata of passion and the furrows of pleasure which appeared in the crow's-feet and the marches-du-palais, so prized at the court of Cythera.
AGE 23: Botox injected into the crow's-feet, to minimize wrinkles.
Very often when I'm using Botox to treat the crow's-feet around the eyes, the patient may request that I treat the bunny lines as well," he added.
Nicollette tells viewers: "This reduces the appearance of lines and crow's-feet.