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unipod

[ yoo-nuh-pod ]
/ ˈyu nəˌpɒd /
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noun
something that is formed with a single leg or foot, as a one-legged support for a camera.
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Origin of unipod

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How to use unipod in a sentence

  • A unipod, a one-legged stool, was used, and the child occupying it found it very hard and tiresome to balance himself on it.

    The Historical Child|Oscar Chrisman

British Dictionary definitions for unipod

unipod
/ (ˈjuːnɪˌpɒd) /

noun
a one-legged support, as for a camera
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