footed

adjective
foot·​ed | \ ˈfu̇-təd How to pronounce footed (audio) \

Definition of footed

: having a foot or feet especially of a specified kind or number often used in combination a four-footed animal

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But the slow-footed Ramos clogged up the basepaths and failed to score on Todd Frazier’s subsequent single. Patrick Saunders, The Denver Post, "Rockies fall to Mets on a so-so night from starter Jon Gray," 8 June 2019 The ball was then played to Aspas, but his curling left-footed effort flew high and wide of Oblak's goal. SI.com, "Antoine Griezmann Shines as Atletico Madrid Returns to Winning Ways," 11 Mar. 2018 But recall that last preseason there was some talk about Dickson having to learn how to hold for a left-footed kicker in Janikowski after having done little live holding in his career before being drafted by the Seahawks. Bob Condotta, The Seattle Times, "Five things the Seahawks players did at the Pro Bowl," 27 Jan. 2019 Knockaert was straight off for a two-footed lunge on Leighton Baines, and his tackle produced an angry response from the returning full-back and Toffees defender Seamus Coleman after Baines' three month lay off with a calf strain. SI.com, "Chris Hughton Admits Brighton Failed to Heed 'Warning Signs' in 2-0 Everton Defeat," 11 Mar. 2018 The resulting imbalance in the marine ecosystem is already impacting the iconic blue-footed booby, whose population has decreased in recent years. Alexandra Kirkman, Fortune, "Visit the Galapagos Like a Royal," 23 June 2018 Chances were few and far between as the first half drew to a close but Sweden's danger man Berg rippled the side netting with a weak footed effort with what turned out to be the last kick of the half. SI.com, "Mexico 0-3 Sweden: Defenders Strike for the Swedes to Knock Germany Out of the World Cup," 27 June 2018 Brazil started on the front foot straight after the restart and Guillermo Ochoa was forced into an early save when Philippe Coutinho fired a powerful right-footed effort towards goal. Ben Carter, Pro Soccer USA, "Brazil 2-0 Mexico: Neymar strike sends Seleção through, spirited El Tri dumped from World Cup," 2 July 2018 Brazil started on the front foot straight after the restart and Guillermo Ochoa was forced into an early save when Philippe Coutinho fired a powerful right-footed effort towards goal. SI.com, "Brazil 2-0 Mexico: Neymar Strikes to Send Seleção Through as Spirited El Tri Dumped Out," 2 July 2018

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14th century, in the meaning defined above

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footed

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of footed

: having a foot or feet of a specified kind or number

footed

adjective
foot·​ed | \ ˈfu̇-təd How to pronounce footed (audio) \

Kids Definition of footed

1 : having a foot or feet a footed goblet
2 : having such or so many feet four-footed animals

footed

adjective
foot·​ed | \ ˈfu̇t-əd How to pronounce footed (audio) \

Medical Definition of footed

: having a foot or feet especially of a specified kind or number often used in combination a four-footed animal

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