pigeon-toe

verb

Definition of pigeon-toe

intransitive verb
: to walk with toes turned in
  • will go pigeon-toeing off
  • —J. A. Phillips
transitive verb
: to go along wih toes turned in
  • pigeon-toed his way into the new editor's presence
  • —Eugene Field

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Origin and Etymology of pigeon-toe

back-formation from pigeon-toed


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