from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A foot with webbed toes.
- n. An animal with webbed feet.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. a foot that has toes connected by folds of skin
- n. a web-footed animal
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A foot the toes of which are connected by a membrane.
- n. Any web-footed bird.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A native or citizen of the State of Oregon: so called on account of the moist climate.
- n. A foot whose toes, or some of them, are webbed; also, the condition of being web-footed. As applied to persons, it implies an abnormal condition, corresponding to the web-fingered.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a foot having the toes connected by folds of skin
How about the difference between a hoedad and a webfoot?
I lie awake and pray that some hick will see a webfoot at the grocery and go ballistic, beat the filthy mutant to death and dump her body in a ditch.
As usual, he was hoping for a good catch of webfoot octopus, which are a delicacy in Korea.
Pardon me should I use the personal pronoun "I" too frequently, as I do not wish to be called egotistical, for I only write of what I saw as an humble private in the rear rank in an infantry regiment, commonly called "webfoot."
Captain Asa G. Freeman had an extra horse, and I got on him and joined the cavalry for several days, but all the time some passing cavalryman would make some jocose remark about "Here is a webfoot who wants to jine the cavalry, and has got a bayonet on his gun and a knapsack on his back."
I am not trying to moralize, I am only trying to write a few scenes and incidents that came under the observation of a poor old Rebel webfoot private soldier in those stormy days and times.
You were born of ropery, and you go at it straight, like a webfoot to water.
With webfoot you can drill down to a city level and get a good granular picture of an area, instead of inferring density from a static, US-wide map.
It fills me with the parochial webfoot pride of knowing that angry beer drinkers can drive legislation here.
Oh, yes, "-- he named the deepest place known --" the sight of those webfoot boys to-day was too much for me; I'm going; and Dick, when I told her I was going -- "
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