- (of a nail) driven obliquely.
OTHER WORDS FROM toedmul·ti·toed, adjective
Words nearby toed
How to use toed in a sentence
Never mind that the $600 open-toed red shoes she wore, the red handbag with the matching message, as well as the dress itself were on loan from designer Aurora James, founder and fashion director of the Brother Vellies luxury label.The Democrat, the Designer, and the Dress: Is She Rich, Too?|Milton Coleman|November 2, 2021|TruthBeTold.news
I kept expecting to find holes in the pants after getting jumped on by sharp-toed dogs.
I was walking by the slab, I glanced at it, and then these three-toed impressions popped out at me.Trace fossils, the most inconspicuous bite-sized window into ancient worlds|Ars Contributors|June 11, 2021|Ars Technica
They also found tracks left by five-toed plant-eating dinos in Castelbouc Cave.
He says he used his steel-toed boots as weapons to chase off the perpetrator.
That's the line also toed by hawks in Congress, who wait in the wings of talks to enact ever-harsher measures against Iran.Western and Iranian Diplomats Upbeat after Swiss Talks on Security Issues|Ali Gharib|October 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
And of-the-moment it most certainly was, with hoodie-vests, open-toed boots, and vegetable-dyed leather jeans.
Recent articles in the two most popular glossies toed the Knox party line.
Before she could come over to the bed, somebody opened a door and tip-toed in ahead of nursey.The Wreckers|Francis Lynde
I didn't even know it when Susan arrived at the office, stood in my doorway for a moment, and then tip-toed away.The Professional Approach|Charles Leonard Harness
Peter Gross listened for a while to the lad's rhythmic breathing, then tip-toed to the gratings and pulled himself up to them.The Argus Pheasant|John Charles Beecham
Very likely it's the six-toed beast Terry was sending us to cross with the four-toed albino.
Thousands of years later we find a larger horse, the size of a sheep, with a three-toed foot.A Civic Biology|George William Hunter