[fawr-foo t-id, fohr-]
- having four feet: He considers his dog to be his four-footed friend.
Origin of four-footed
1125–75; Middle English four foted
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Examples from the Web for four-footed
If there was any way out only the Four-Footed People knew it.The Trail Book
I have heard you speak of another comrade—a four-footed one.Up the Forked River
Edward Sylvester Ellis
You can no more get rid of me than you can of my four-footed counterpart.
Instantly there was a movement on the far side—a four-footed movement.
Not unlike a four-footed animal he made his way to the middle of the street.Watch Yourself Go By
Al. G. Field
Word Origin and History for four-footed
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper