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footed

Line breaks: foot¦ed
Pronunciation: /fʊtɪd
 
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Definition of footed in English:

adjective

1Having a foot or feet: a footed bowl
More example sentences
  • Usually metallic rather than ceramic, these servers included plates, shallow bowls without feet, and shallow footed bowls.
  • This includes dinner, oval and side plates, footed bowls and coffee mugs, with prices from €6.30.
  • The footed bowl is another form Revere made frequently, the most famous example being the Sons of Liberty Bowl he made in 1768.
2 [in combination] Having a foot or feet of a specified type or number: a quick-footed American chappie
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  • Unfortunately when the time came for him to join the army, he was rejected due to the fact that he was flat-footed.
  • The Z-Traxion z-shaped lugs promote superior weight distribution and sure-footed traction and stability.

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