pigeon-toed


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pigeon-toed

having the toes turned inwards
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sediba probably walked awkwardly with its feet rolling inward and slightly pigeon-toed.
Australopithecus sediba, an ancient hominid that bears features similar to both chimpanzees and modern humans, walked pigeon-toed, had front teeth that look like ours, and was likely a vegetarian, researchers concluded.
Suddenly my hands feel slippery against the copper pole and I peer down at my pigeon-toed feet, even more awkward in those 6-inchers.
HAVE YOU HEARD OF OLD BOW-LEGGED SAMUEL MCGUZZUM WHO MARRIED SAMANTHA, HIS PIGEON-TOED COUSIN?
We might think that nobody would knowingly admit to certain defects like being bowlegged or pigeon-toed, and then we meet a mother who brings up in every conversation that her daughter has the widest feet the doctor has ever seen.
The book makes a stimulating read, but I confess I'm with Schiaparelli all the way - perhaps it's because her models look like women instead of petulant, sulky, sometimes pigeon-toed, schoolgirls, which are Prada's choice as you might expect.
An hilarious story in our sister paper the Sunday Mercury showed a great picture of a pigeon-toed old 'un in naval uniform, a young woman on crutches dressed in a black beret and combat uniform beside a smartish soldierly type.
By Most Welcome, Suances was out of Prayer Wheel, a pigeon-toed mare whom Pritchard-Gordon bred and raced without success under both codes, including once when ridden into fourth over hurdles by Princess Anne at Doncaster.
be pigeon-toed or a really bad dancer (5 2 4 3 3 4)
After Sampras mimicked Agassi's pigeon-toed walk, Agassi repeated the criticism in his book "Open" that Sampras was a poor tipper.
Sampras duly responded by imitating Agassi's pigeon-toed walk and his fidgeting and fussing at the baseline.