Definition of Cleft foot

1. Noun. A deformity in which the space between the third and fourth toes extends up into the foot.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cleft Foot

cleeking
cleekit
cleeks
cleep
cleeped
cleeping
cleeps
cleeve
cleeves
clef
cleflike
clefs
cleft
cleft chin
cleft chins
cleft foot (current term)
cleft grafting
cleft lip
cleft nose
cleft spine
cleft stick
cleft sticks
cleft tongue
cleft uvula
clefted
cleftgraft
cleftgrafted
cleftgrafting

Literary usage of Cleft foot

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. General Pathology by Ernst Ziegler (1908)
"550 asteroides, 665 Clavus, 269 Clay eaters, 739 Cleft-foot, 528 Cleft-hand. 528 Cleft of the abdominal wall, .">'_'1 Clefts. :>04 of the face, median, ..."

2. God and the Future Life: The Reasonableness of Christianity by Charles Nordhoff (1884)
"But why the cleft foot should be the invariable mark of a particular order of animals—why with that should go teeth, bones, digestive apparatus of a ..."

3. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1897)
"... when they rest on sufficiently repeated observations ; so that now, whoso sees merely the print of a cleft foot may conclude that the animal which left ..."

4. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (1898)
"... when they rest on sufficiently repeated observations; so that now, whoso sees merely the print of a cleft foot may conclude that the animal which left ..."

5. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1907)
"... when they rest on sufficiently repeated observations; so that now, whoso sees merely the print of a cleft foot may conclude that the animal which left ..."

6. Outlines of Physiology, Human and Comparative by John Marshall (1868)
"... in the elephant five, inclosed in one mass ; but the foot, though broader for carrying weight, loses in firmness. In the cleft foot of the Humiliants, ..."

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