noun, plural club·feet for 1.
Origin of clubfoot
Examples from the Web for clubfoot
Contemporary Examples of clubfoot
That he was also bisexual and deformed by a clubfoot further made his life one of varying accommodations and rebellions.Poet and Rake, Lord Byron Was Also an Interventionist With Brains and Savvy
February 16, 2014
Historical Examples of clubfoot
The doctor hadn't wanted to perform the operation on his clubfoot.The Last Place on Earth
James Judson Harmon
Byron's clubfoot had probably not a little to do with determining his destiny as a poet.Character
There are similar accounts of Clubfoot, Three-Toes, and other outlaw grizzlies.The Grizzly
Enos A. Mills
The foot is adducted and rotated inward, as in a case of clubfoot.Surgery, with Special Reference to Podiatry
Clubfoot, of which there are several varieties, may also be frequently relieved by a simple surgical operation.