a foot with claws.
a representation of the claws of an animal or bird, especially on the foot of a piece of furniture.
a pathological distortion of the human foot, consisting chiefly of an abnormally high longitudinal arch.
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How to use claw foot in a sentence
The name hollow claw-foot appropriately indicates the clinical appearances.Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities--Head--Neck. Sixth Edition. | Alexander Miles
The articles are those six ball-and-claw-foot chairs with violin backs.The Boss of Little Arcady | Harry Leon Wilson
He used the ball-and-claw foot with the cabriole leg: this was succeeded by the straight leg.The Old Furniture Book | N. Hudson Moore
He was a big, brawny, black Yankee with a claw foot look in his eyes.In the Days of Poor Richard | Irving Bacheller
There were so many that they filled all the chairs and the long claw-foot sofa besides.Georgina of the Rainbows | Annie Fellows Johnston