pigeon-toed

ADJECTIVE
  1. having feet that turn inward
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How To Use pigeon-toed In A Sentence

  • Next, as you are beginning to worry about turned-out feet, baby exchanges one worry for another and becomes pigeon-toed.
  • Turn your right foot out 90 degrees and your left foot in so that it is slightly pigeon-toed.
  • When I was in the fifth, sixth, and seventh grade, I was pigeon-toed.
  • Was I now obligated to membership because we chance to share the same profile; because we leave the same pigeon-toed footprints in the sand? My Other Mother is a Ferrari
  • If your gait swings so that your feet are pointed outward or inward, you may end up with the duck or the pigeon-toed walking styles.
  • She put on a pair over her boots and walked pigeon-toed out into the afternoon. DREAMS OF INNOCENCE
  • From punk to paragon" is how Bud Collins, the tennis commentator, described Agassi's public transformation -- the pigeon-toed teen brat in stone-washed denims, gambler's shades, and a Mohawk who becomes a philanthropist, philosopher, and statesman. Agassi, Sampras, Federer, Nadal: Books On The Great Men Of Tennis
  • I am very pigeon-toed so they tease me about my feet being crooked.
  • I thought of Kawaramachi Street where gangs of pigeon-toed teenagers traipsed up and down in Doc Martins and tartan mini-skirts.
  • Unlike the best runners, who are pigeon-toed, dancers tend to run in the turned-out position.
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