pigeon-toed


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pigeon-toed

(pĭj′ən-tōd′)
adj.
Having the toes turned inward.

pigeon-toed

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To the days when Tommy Cheetham apparently walked on water, when pigeon-toed goalkeeper Dave Elder flung himself around a Brows Lane goalmouth - and then table-topping Third Division Oldham (that's League One to all you callow youths) came to the town in the first round proper of the FA Cup.
I suppose, as a nation, we are divided between those who allow the grass to frolic in self-willed patterns and those who think that it should be regularly trimmed like the whiskers on the chin of a pigeon-toed and freshly soaped curate, waiting anxiously for an audience with his bishop.
I am having to restyle my running action to avoid further fractures," said the 30-year-old whose high-stepping, pigeon-toed style took him to a national short course record at Royal Sutton national road relays.
3 m, the imprints become pigeon-toed, and the tracks become more distant from the center of the animal's path.
This can make you walk in a more pigeon-toed style, eventually leading to knee and hip pain, especially if you're already flat-footed.
Sampras responded by imitating his rival's pigeon-toed walk and his trade-mark fussing and fidgeting around the baseline.
For example, a talented child who is pigeon-toed can never assume 180 degrees of turnout without placing excessive stress on the hips and knees.
A waspish sense of humour was one of Tod Handley's great charms (everyone knew him as "Tod", a childhood nickname arising out of his being pigeon-toed, and "toddling" along).
Does Woods make funny faces, weird noises, walk pigeon-toed, or hum the theme song to Monday Night Football?
As the girls lined up ready for the starter's pistol, one girl stumbled forward as she was so slow in starting, the reason being she was pigeon-toed.
This brings us to the pigeon-toed three-year-old gelding I bought for not-a-lot-of-money at the Deauville breeze-up sale.
There was Dave Elder - the pigeon-toed goalkeeper, Kenny Hulme - a portly midfielder with a wand of a left-foot, Amby Clarke - a busy midfielder who had actually played league football for Southport and Barrow.