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sinistropedal

 [sin″is-trop´ĕ-dal]
using the left foot in preference to the right.

sin·is·trop·e·dal

(si-nĭs'trō-pē'dăl),
Denoting one who uses the left leg by preference.
Synonym(s): left-footed
[sinistro- + L. pes (ped-), foot]

sinistropedal

/sin·is·trop·e·dal/ (sin″is-trop´ĕ-dal) using the left foot in preference to the right.

sin·is·trop·e·dal

(sin'is-trop'ĕ-dăl)
Denoting a person who uses the left leg by preference.
Synonym(s): left-footed.
[sinistro- + L. pes (ped-), foot]
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Jolley came within a whisker of giving the Exiles the lead five minutes after the break, latching onto O'Connor's lay-off before rattling O'Donnell's near post with a left-footed strike from an angle.
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