toed

[ tohd ]
/ toʊd /

adjective

having a toe: a toed clog; toed stockings.
having a toe of a specific kind or number (usually used in combination): three-toed sloth.
Carpentry.
  1. (of a nail) driven obliquely.
  2. toenailed.

Origin of toed

First recorded in 1605–15; toe + -ed3

OTHER WORDS FROM toed

mul·ti·toed, adjective

Definition for toed (2 of 2)

toe
[ toh ]
/ toʊ /

noun

verb (used with object), toed, toe·ing.

verb (used without object), toed, toe·ing.

to stand, walk, etc., with the toes in a specified position: to toe in.
to tap with the toe, as in dancing.

Origin of toe

before 900; Middle English; Old English tā; cognate with Dutch teen, German Zehe, Old Norse

OTHER WORDS FROM toe

toe·less, adjectivetoe·like, adjective

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH toe

toe tow
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British Dictionary definitions for toed (1 of 2)

toed
/ (təʊd) /

adjective

having a part resembling a toe
(of a vertical or oblique member of a timber frame) fixed by nails driven in at the foot
(in combination) having a toe or toes as specifiedfive-toed

British Dictionary definitions for toed (2 of 2)

toe
/ (təʊ) /

noun

verb toes, toeing or toed

Derived forms of toe

toelike, adjective

Word Origin for toe

Old English tā; related to Old Frisian tāne, Old Norse tā, Old High German zēha, Latin digitus finger
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Medicine definitions for toed

toe
[ tō ]

n.

Any of the digits of a foot.
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Idioms and Phrases with toed

toe

In addition to the idiom beginning with toe

  • toe the line

also see:

  • dip one's toes into
  • from head to toe
  • on one's toes
  • step on someone's toes
  • turn up one's toes
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