Palmipedes, or web-footed birds, now more generally recognised as Natatores, or Swimmers.
But no constable but a web-footed one would be out this night.
It was an anhinga, one of the most singular specimens of web-footed birds that can be found anywhere.
Ray says, and Linnæus after him, that the water-rat is web-footed behind.
The individual bones are not like those of Dinosaurs, and diverge in Rhamphorhynchus as though the animals were web-footed.
The feet of all web-footed birds should be spread while drying.
Gull, gul, n. a web-footed sea-fowl belonging to the family Larid.
The skuas are web-footed, but are very rarely seen in the water.
Although not web-footed, from some unaccountable habit it is frequently met with far out at sea.
The child was web-footed, as distinctly as any properly constituted duckling!
webfoot web·foot (wěb'fut')
A foot with webbed toes.