webbed fingers


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webbed fin·gers

two or more fingers united and enclosed in a common sheath of skin.

web·bed fin·gers

(webd fing'gĕrs)
Two or more fingers united and enclosed in a common sheath of skin.
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In 2008, everyone's favourite car crash celeb Kerry Katona had the nation watching through webbed fingers as she slurred her way through an interview on This Morning.
Paternal age has also been linked to a rare genetic disease called Apert syndrome which leads to webbed fingers and early fusion of the skull bones which must be corrected by surgery.
zealous aliens with webbed fingers and green antennae but the earth is undoubtedly dying, unable to cope with our profligate ways.
A further four were aborted because of webbed fingers or extra digits, both conditions easily treated by simple surgery.
Figures released by the Office of National Statistics [in England] showed dozens of babies had been aborted because they had club feet, webbed fingers or other minor deformities.
Figures released by the Office of National Statistics showed dozens of babies had been aborted because they had club feet, webbed fingers or other minor deformities.
The Office for National Statistics figures also showed four babies were aborted because they had webbed fingers or extra digits, which are also corrected by simple surgery.