splayfoot
noun Date: 1548 a foot abnormally flattened and spread out; specifically flatfootsplayfooted adjective

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  • Splayfoot — Splay foot , Splayfooted Splay foot ed a. Having a splayfoot or splayfeet. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • splayfoot — [splā′foot΄] n. pl. splayfeet 1. a foot that is flat and turned outward 2. the condition of having feet of this kind adj. of or having splayfoot: also splayfooted …   English World dictionary

  • Splayfoot — Splay foot , n.; pl. {Splayfeet}. A foot that is abnormally flattened and spread out; flat foot. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • splayfoot — I noun a foot afflicted with a fallen arch; abnormally flattened and spread out • Syn: ↑flatfoot, ↑pes planus • Hypernyms: ↑foot, ↑human foot, ↑pes II adjective …   Useful english dictionary

  • splayfoot — /splay foot /, n., pl. splayfeet, adj. n. 1. a broad, flat foot, esp. one turned outward. 2. Pathol. this condition as a deformity in which the arch is very low or absent and weight is borne on the entire sole; flatfoot. adj. Also, splayfooted. 3 …   Universalium

  • splayfoot — /ˈspleɪfʊt/ (say splayfoot) noun a broad, flat foot, especially one outwards. –splayfooted, adjective …   Australian English dictionary

  • splayfoot — noun a) A deformity in which the feet are abnormally flat and turned outwards b) Such a foot …   Wiktionary

  • splayfoot — splay·foot splā .fu̇t, fu̇t n a foot abnormally flattened and spread out specif FLATFOOT splay·foot·ed fu̇t əd adj * * * splay·foot (splaґfoot) flatfoot …   Medical dictionary

  • splayfoot — Synonyms and related words: arch, bandy, bandy legged, blemished, bloated, bowlegged, bowlegs, camelback, cleft palate, club footed, clubfoot, crookback, defaced, defacement, deformation, deformed, deformity, digit, disfigured, disfigurement, dog …   Moby Thesaurus

  • splayfoot — n. abnormal condition in which the feet are flat and turned outward; flat foot which turns outward …   English contemporary dictionary

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