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English Word:

footed


English Pronunciation:

foot•ed


Adjective:


⇨Definition

1. Having a foot or feet; shaped in the foot. "Footed like a goat." Grew.

Note: Footed is often used in composition in the sense of having (such or so many) feet; as, fourfooted beasts.

2. Having a foothold; established. Our king... is footed in this land already. (Shakespeare)



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Wiktionary

Verb:

footed simple past tense and past participle of foot


Adjective:

Adjective footed (comparative more footed, superlative most footed) (in combination) Having a specified form of foot. sure-footed (poetry, usually in combination) Consisting of, or having been put into, metrical feet (of a specified character or number). each six-footed line of the verse


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