pigeon-toed


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pigeon-toed

(pĭj′ən-tōd′)
adj.
Having the toes turned inward.
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I give you the Dell Guy, for example, that pigeon-toed, spastic-moving, inanely grinning former salesman for Dell Computers in TV ads.
* the individual may have a pigeon-toed gait or running style;
Caterina Vieira was born pigeon-toed. The second daughter, birthed under the sign of the ram, it was inevitable.
Stranle-voiced and pigeon-toed, he's as much Jerry Lewis as Adolf, with his performance's occasional attenuated excesses being much in tune with a production that's itself a sort of macabre, slapstick rite.
The girl walks stiffly, pigeon-toed, and holds her closed hands out in front of her for balance.
"It was so strong, it lifted up a pigeon-toed country preacher like me," he later recalled, his six-foot, 190-pound frame hinting at his glory days as a Murray State College football linebacker.
Common styles of gait, such as pigeon-toed, toe-out or a bouncy "bob gait" with very short heel contact, are typically thought to reflect the personal style of the walker.
Top of the list is to arrive panting at the lavatory door, knock-kneed, pigeon-toed and pop-eyed, wrestling with the top button on your trousers, only to find the last strip of tissue has deserted its post on the roll.
Wearing a baseball cap and walking pigeon-toed, five minutes with him felt like an eternity because, if I'm honest, young Dave's social skills were not his strong point.
The second performance, Survival Tactics, is a 55-minute solo live work with Liz Aggiss who morphs from a glamorous blonde bombshell in high heels to a pigeon-toed oddball in big pants.
He had a huge belly, spindly little legs and a peculiar pigeon-toed gait.