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  • adj. Having splayfoot; habitually standing or walking with the ends of the feet angled outward.


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  • Their central midfielder, N stor Ortigoza, lumbers around the field duck-footed and has the body of a minor-league catcher who never made it past AA ball.

    Paraguay Survives Scoreless Yawner

  • Wearing a floppy yellow hat and yellow duck-footed sleepers, Penny wandered into the kitchen, coughing and sneezing.

    out of my mind

  • Everyone knows Spongebob is duck-footed, NOT pigeon-toed.

    More Sponge Cake!

  • I have long skinny high-arched feet and walk in a sort of duck-footed gait, so birks are the most ridiculous bad thing on me.

    Fashion Victim

  • He had thought he had a defenseless duck-footed boat to gore, and suddenly he was confronted with a dragon.

    Up In A Heaval

  • They got in, and Para duck-footed it into the water.

    Up In A Heaval

  • They piled into Para, who duck-footed it to the water and plunged in.

    Up In A Heaval

  • He was slightly duck-footed and distinctly round-shouldered.

    Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

  • Like the real Krum, the model was slightly duck-footed and round-shouldered, much less impressive on his splayed feet than on his broomstick.

    Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

  • Viktor Krum got up and slouched, round-shouldered and duck-footed, toward Mr. Ollivander.

    Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire


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