Definition of Crowfeet

1. crowfoot [n] - See also: crowfoot



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crowfeet

crowdpleaser
crowdpleasers
crowds
crowdsource
crowdsourced
crowdsourcer
crowdsourcers
crowdsources
crowdsourcing
crowdy
croweater
croweaters
crowed
crower
crowers
crowfeet (current term)
crowflower
crowflowers
crowfoot
crowfoot family
crowfoots
crowing
crowing inspiration
crowingly
crowkeeper
crowkeepers
crowlike
crown'd

Literary usage of Crowfeet

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

1. Steam-boilers by Cecil Hobart Peabody, Edward Furber Miller (1912)
"The supported points are arranged in sets of four, and are tied to forgings known as crowfeet. Fig. 86 represents such a crowfoot with four rivets, ..."

2. Steam-boilers by Cecil Hobart Peabody, Edward Furber Miller (1912)
"The supported points are arranged in sets of four, and are tied to forgings known as crowfeet. Fig. 86 represents such a crowfoot with four rivets, ..."

3. Steam-boilers by Cecil Hobart Peabody, Edward Furber Miller (1897)
"When crowfeet are used they may be arranged in various patterns, in the example given there is a horizontal row of five double ..."

4. Practical Marine Engineering for Marine Engineers and Students, with Aids by William Frederick Durand, Charles Wilson Dyson (1917)
"The sectional area of pins to resist double shear and bending, accurately fitted and secured in crowfeet, sling, and similar stays, shall be at least equal ..."

5. Practical Marine Engineering for Marine Engineers and Students, with Aids by William Frederick Durand, Charles Wilson Dyson (1917)
"The sectional area of pins to resist double shear and bending, accurately fitted and secured in crowfeet, sling, and similar stays, shall be at least equal ..."

6. Annual Report by Dept. of Geology and Natural Resources, Indiana (1897)
"Two crowfeet near the bottom eight inches apart, ami one six feet from the top." 3. "Southeast quarter section 24 (17 north, 2 west), 26 feet in buff stone ..."

7. Audels Engineers and Mechanics Guide by Frank Duncan Graham (1921)
"The sectional area of pins to resist double shear and bending, accurately fitted and secured in crowfeet, sling, and similar stays, shall be at least equal ..."

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