Definition of crow's foot in English:

crow's foot

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Pronunciation: /ˈkrəʊzfʊt
 
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noun (plural crow's feet)

1A branching wrinkle at the outer corner of a person’s eye.
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  • Wrinkles, crow's feet around the eyes or mouth, irregular pigmentation, deep furrows of the forehead between the eyebrows, and accentuated lines of facial expression around the nose and lips can also occur.
  • She smiled, crow's feet gathering at the corners of her eyes.
  • There were crow's feet at the corner of her eyes and mouth that hadn't been as pronounced before.
2A mark, symbol, or design formed of lines diverging from a point, resembling a bird’s footprint.
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  • I also remembered 25 years ago that there was a talk at school that the peace symbol really represented a crow's foot (the symbol of witchcraft?
  • After all, red flags were plainly seen among the crow's foot peace symbols and the odd Christian cross.
3 historical A military caltrop.

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