Yes, I believe I do remember seeing a club-footed man there.
Her child, born some little time afterward, was club-footed.
This––all this––to make a gentleman of the ill-born, club-footed young whelp of a fishing skipper!
To his house came the club-footed bear at midnight, worn and nearly spent with the pitiful journey.
They knew this over the Stone Coal; the club-footed giant Malan had a lot of scars under his shirt that were not born on him.
Odin's curse be on that club-footed fool who gave us this cold ride for nothing.
One fixed idea was ever like an incubus upon my soul,—the thought of my mother's marriage with this club-footed hunchback.
A pox, but by his feet, he may be the club-footed Horse-coursers father, for all his young lookes.
The second child, a daughter, was club-footed and early suffered from gouty tophi.
Lingkung siyag tiil ug mag-untul-untul siyang maglakaw, He is club-footed and he walks with a bounce.
clubfoot club·foot (klŭb'fut')
A congenital deformity of the foot, usually characterized by a curled shape or a twisted position of the ankle, heel, and toes. Also called talipes.