Recent Examples of big toe from the Web
As a result of his injuries, his big toe and two middle toes were amputated on Wednesday.
Our big toe alone generates roughly 85% of our foot control, says Jay Dicharry, director of the Rep Lab in Bend, Ore.
Jamal Crawford returned after missing two games with a strained big toe on his left foot.
Dunn remains in a walking boot to protect turf toe in his right big toe.
Socks come with the Johnsonville sandals, with a separation between the big toe and the rest of the sock to avoid bunching.
Crawford sat out with a sprained left big toe in his second game at Staples Center since leaving the Clippers as a free agent last summer.
Gripping the wheel at three and nine, the relatively light clutch under the driver’s left big toe, the right foot hovering over the accelerator pedal, the car comes alive.
Instead of its first toe sticking out thumblike, as an ape’s would, this creature’s big toe was in line with the other four.
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Definition of big toe for English Language Learners
: the largest toe on a person's foot
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