four-footed


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four-footed

(fôr′fo͝ot′ĭd)
adj.
Having four feet.
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And for that hiking partner that tends to drool, Casey Company makes a collapsible pet bowl ($12; created from 100 percent recycled soda bottle fabric) to give four-footed escorts water and food on the trail (holds two quarts).
The most famous of the sphinxes of legend, the Sphinx was said to have terrorized the people of Thebes by demanding the answer to a riddle taught her by the Muses--what is it that has one voice and yet becomes four-footed and two-footed and three-footed?--and devouring a man each time the riddle was answered incorrectly.
Highly recommended as an inspirational gift, especially for dog owners but sure to add a ray of cheer for anyone with fond memories of a beloved four-footed friend.