web-footed


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web-footed

(wĕb′fo͝ot′ĭd)
adj.
Having feet with webbed toes.
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Some of the web-footed pedestrians even decided to sit it out in the middle of the highway!
Arriving at Newcastle Central Station (first class, of course), the web-footed star of the Theatre Royal's next production took to the attention she was creating like a duck to a well, you get the idea.
Last night's supporting stars deserve a BAFTA each - from the web-footed bush dogs of South America to Arctic foxes.
These have sparked concerns among conservationists fearful that the web-footed creatures, which feed on small aquatic animals, will gobble up the native breeds.
* Fossil tracks of an unknown bird from 110-million-year-old Korean sediments pushed back evidence of web-footed birds by at least 25 million years (158: 111).
And they say despite her age, there are plenty of potential web-footed suitors eager to make her acquaintance.
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