whole–footed

adjective

Definition of whole–footed

obsolete

  1. :  having the feet whole (as a solid-hoofed animal or a web-footed bird)

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Origin and Etymology of whole–footed

Middle English hole-foted, from hole, hool entire, whole + foted footed


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