four-footed

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four-footed

(fôr′fo͝ot′ĭd)
adj.
Having four feet.
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Fossil evidence that snakes evolved from four-legged lizards is limited.
Headteacher Jack Williams said: "I am so pleased with the way the whole school has come together to support this event and the four-legged race was a particular highlight.
Just by chance the four-legged beast ambled into the room, and saw.
Nicky Janaway with Stumpy, her four-legged duck who hatched in February at Warrawee Duck Farm in Copythorne, Hampshire Picture: BARRY BATCHELOR
Picture, BARRY BATCHELOR, Press Association Nicky Janaway with Stumpy, her four-legged duck who hatched in February at Warrawee Duck Farm in Copythorne, Hampshire; Stumpy shortly after he hatched
A four-legged duckling named Jake was born in Queensland, Australia in 2002 but died soon afterwards.
The plan is carved up by a four-legged pin-wheel of covered pathways that connect the segmental perimeter courtyards with the covered patio at the heart of the plan.
The fish also has a flat skull like a crocodile's, a neck, ribs, and other parts similar to those of early four-legged land animals known as tetrapods.
Their habitat off-limits to human recreation and industry, four-legged, winged, and exoskeleton-clad creatures clamor to the branches and mud in preference to the strip malls and gas stations nearby.
The natural gas-powered van and trailer can hold 27 four-legged passengers.
EGG-STRA HELP: Alice Green from Stonegate Farmers (left) and Andy Brown from Asda hand over the eggs to Sue Stonebridge (second left) and Caroline Hamilton from the Dogs Trust, and two four-legged friends.