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  • noun medicine, uncountable A condition of the human foot in which the sole of the foot is distinctly hollow when bearing weight, i.e. it has a fixed plantar flexion.
  • noun countable A foot of this kind.
  • noun countable A decorative foot on a bathtub etc. resembling a claw.

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  • noun a deformity of the foot characterized by an abnormally high arch and hyperextension of the toes which gives the foot the appearance of a claw


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claw +‎ foot


  • 'I kept that wallpaper because it's pretty cool,' said Ms. Yochum of the bathroom shown here with its original clawfoot tub.

    Dutch Victorian in Ditmas Park

  • Fantastic free standing clawfoot tub in a luxurious bathroom with great products and accessories.

    Angels' Pawn is out! Psst...something cool in the post [Edited]

  • Each bathroom is fitted with a freestanding Victorian clawfoot bathtub.

    Dutch Colonial in Bali

  • He let the steam curl over the edge of the clawfoot tub before he tossed his boxers aside and exposed his precious skin to the water.


  • I was busy awaiting the arrival of an insect, concentrating on the sodden strip of bathroom tilethe one just alongside the tub’s foremost clawfoot from which earwigs or silverfish might emerge.

    Excerpt: Asta in the Wings by Jan Elizabeth Watson

  • I love feeling the vibration of a water drop as my foot is pressed against the edge of my clawfoot tub.

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  • We already tried out the clawfoot tub, and it was like a little slice of Heaven.


  • A huge bathroom with a massive porcelain clawfoot tub connected them.


  • The clawfoot tub shown here is from the original home.

    Miami Home, Bali Touch

  • He also wanted the carved moldings on many of the door frames, the cast-iron clawfoot tub, two enamel stoves, a dozen built-in cabinet doors, five large mirrors and a lawyer's bookcase he spotted on the third floor.

    You're Getting Rid of the Fireplaces?!


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