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webbed

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adjective
having the fingers or toes connected by a web or membrane: the webbed foot of a duck or beaver.
connected or joined by a web, as the fingers or toes.
formed like or with a web: a webbed roof.
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Origin of webbed

First recorded in 1655–65; web + -ed3

OTHER WORDS FROM webbed

un·webbed, adjective
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How to use webbed in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for webbed

webbed
/ (wɛbd) /

adjective
(of the feet of certain animals) having the digits connected by a thin fold of skin; palmate
having, consisting of, or resembling a web
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