Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of forefoot.

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Examples

  • Between her forefeet was a bundle still covered with smears of soft earth, and behind her were drag marks from a hole under the overhang of a bush.

    The Defiant Agents

  • With a roar, the creature wedged its nails in the slit of the chest with both forefeet and tried to rip it open.

    Arcana Magi Rush

  • It had wet its forefeet and legs, and almost immediately the water that clung to it turned to ice.

    To Build A Fire

  • Any indignity that Villa Kennan chose to inflict upon him he was throbbingly glad to receive, such as doubling his ears inside out till they stuck, at the same time making him sit upright, with helpless forefeet paddling the air for equilibrium, while she blew roguishly in his face and nostrils.

    CHAPTER XXI

  • When he fell down a second time, it curled its tail over its forefeet and sat in front of him facing him curiously eager and intent.

    To Build A Fire

  • It flattened its ears down at the sound of the man's voice, and its restless, hunching movements and the liftings and shiftings of its forefeet became more pronounced but it would not come to the man.

    To Build A Fire

  • As the twilight drew on, its eager yearning for the fire mastered it, and with a great lifting and shifting of forefeet, it whined softly, then flattened its ears down in anticipation of being chidden by the man.

    To Build a Fire

  • He did this sitting down, and he stood up to do it; and all the while the dog sat in the snow, its wolf-brush of a tail curled around warmly over its forefeet, its sharp wolf-ears pricked forward intently as it watched the man.

    To Build a Fire

  • It flattened its ears down at the sound of the man's voice, and its restless, hunching movements and the liftings and shiftings of its forefeet became more pronounced; but it would not come to the man.

    To Build a Fire

  • When he fell down a second time, it curled its tail over its forefeet and sat in front of him, facing him, curiously eager and intent.

    To Build a Fire

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