noun, plural crow·foots for 1, 2, crow·feet for 3–6.
- crown agent,
- crown and anchor
Origin of crowfoot
noun, plural crow's-feet.
Origin of crow's-foot
Examples from the Web for crowfoot
Vervain cureth ague; and crowfoot affords ye leaste painfulle of blisters.
Bubbs followed with the third bunt, while Crowfoot and Barking moved up.Frank Merriwell's Son|Burt L. Standish
It took the Superintendent about two minutes to locate Crowfoot's tent, and, leaving us outside, he walked straight in.Corporal Cameron|Ralph Connor
Dont talk about getting near the end of the trail, Crowfoot, laughed Dick, whose heart was full of delight over this meeting.
Mebbe him be nuf, observed Crowfoot, as he severed the last root unearthed and placed it with the others.