pigeon-toed


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pi·geon-toed

(pĭj′ən-tōd′)
adj.
Having the toes turned inward.
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pigeon-toed

adj
(Pathology) having the toes turned inwards
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pi′geon-toed`



adj.
having the toes or feet turned inward.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.pigeon-toed - having feet that turn inward
splayfoot, splayfooted - having feet that turn outward
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Translations

pigeon-toed

[ˈpɪdʒənˈtəʊd] ADJ to be pigeon-toedtener los pies torcidos hacia dentro
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pigeon-toed

[ˈpɪdʒənˈtəʊd] adj to be pigeon-toedcamminare con i piedi in dentro
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pigeon

(ˈpidʒən) noun
any of several kinds of bird of the dove family.
ˈpigeon-hole noun
a small compartment for letters, papers etc in a desk etc or eg hung on the wall of an office, staffroom etc. He has separate pigeon-holes for bills, for receipts, for letters from friends and so on.
ˌpigeon-ˈtoed adjective
(of a person or his manner of walking) with toes turned inwards. a pigeon-toed person/walk.
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pigeon-toed

adj con los pies torcidos hacia dentro
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References in classic literature ?
'Well, if we've lost the road we must find it,' said Nikita curtly, and getting out and stepping lightly on his pigeon-toed feet he started once more going about on the snow.
Keggs was a man--one must use that word, though it seems grossly inadequate--of medium height, pigeon-toed at the base, bulgy half-way up, and bald at the apex.
And why, I ask myself, do models have to walk pigeon-toed, throwing their feet out ahead as though trying to trip themselves up?
Nick remembered pogoing on the wooden bleachers and screaming until he was hoarse as the Babe jauntily pigeon-toed around the bases and doffed his cap with a showman's flair before touching home plate.
HERE was Burnley's pigeon-toed but enormously effective Leighton James.
Skeletal, almost pigeon-toed in its awkwardness, it looks unassuming, but in 2006 its introduction was a design achievement.
Self described as a "pigeon-toed child with a receding chin and a you-leave-me-alone-or-I'll-bite-you complex," Flannery loved her chickens and all kinds of birds.
the daughter begins to walk, it is apparent that she ambles pigeon-toed.
Pigeon-toed, they trawled around like obvious boxes of embroidery thread to the first peoples of North America.
"I may not have the prettiest feet, because I'm pigeon-toed naturally.
His secret: I'm pigeon-toed. Yeah, that's the only reason I can turn left.
The horse which won by twenty lengths was billed as In The Money, described by the prosecution as a broken down pigeon-toed hack with a disastrous record.