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  • adj. Having a splayfoot or splayfeet

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. having feet that turn outward


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  • Black curls covered his ears and he had a splayfooted rocking gait and the demeanor of a large and lethal boy.

    The Warden

  • With their mixed ancestry, it was inevitable that some of the wild horses were born runts or splayfooted or swaybacked or too heavy-hocked to do anything but pull a manure wagon.

    Come Again No More

  • He walked into the water, waddling splayfooted in the rubber fins.

    Sudden Rain

  • Sitting on six splayfooted aluminum legs, it was little more than an open-grillwork platform with a T-shaped control console up front where two space-suited people could stand, and a trio of bulky cargo

    Empire Builders

  • Everyone else rode the splayfooted dieren, if they rode anything.

    Prison Of Souls

  • I sank into a splayfooted chair and accepted the crystal goblet Angus Mhor held out to me.

    Dragonfly in Amber

  • It came up with a splayfooted shuffle which, awkward as it looked, would take it at an unvarying pace day after day across this tormented land.

    Uncharted Stars

  • The thin one, and the one with the splayfooted walk, who were they? '

    The 9th Directive

  • He was the one with the splayfooted walk and I'd seen him opposite the Pakchong just after she'd driven away: although she had been with me it was his shift and they weren't taking any chances.

    The 9th Directive

  • They had been tagging me - the woman herself and the two men, the thin one and the one with the splayfooted walk - and no one else.

    The 9th Directive


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