the feet of a pig, especially used as food.
the human toes or feet, especially those of a child.
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How to use pettitoes in a sentence
We can not wonder that the whole connection of pettitoes, when advanced to the matron state, is entirely neglected.
It was unoccupied, save by pettitoes, the cat, who had curled himself up luxuriously in Mrs. Sanford's work-basket.Patty's Perversities | Arlo Bates
She would wash a counterpane if pettitoes, the most dainty of cats, happened but to set one of his snowy paws upon it.Patty's Perversities | Arlo Bates
We cannot wonder that the whole connection of pettitoes, when advanced to the matron state, is entirely neglected.The Potiphar Papers | George William Curtis
At mother Louis', whilst they sucked the little bones of the pettitoes, they again fell to abusing the employers.L'Assommoir | Emile Zola
British Dictionary definitions for pettitoes
pig's trotters, esp when used as food
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