|with partially webbed feet||semipalmate; semipalmated|
|(Anatomy, Zoology) via the metatarsal (bones of the feet)||metatarsally|
|(Ballet) jump in which the dancer crosses her feet or taps the heels several times while in the air, ballet jump||entrechat|
|(Electricity) radio wave with a wavelength between 30 and 300 feet (10 and 100 meters), shorter than 200 m, using wavelengths of less than 200 meters, using frequencies of greater and 1600 kilohertz||shortwave|
|(Genetics) partially dominant, producing a trait that is intermediate to two different inherited traits (in heterozygotes)||semidominant|
|(new zealand) hike in bush, cover distance on foot, crush something underfoot, heavy step, live as vagrant, long journey on foot, metal plate on boot, offensive term, part of spade for foot, sound of feet, tramp steamer, tread heavily, walk, trek; begg...||tramp|
|(Pathology) abnormal condition causing enlargement of the bones (in the hands, feet and head)||acromegalia|
|(Pathology) abnormal condition causing enlargement of the bones (in the hands, feet and head), disease involving abnormal growth||acromegaly|
|(Pathology) affected with an abnormal condition causing enlargement of the bones (in the hands, feet and head)||acromegalic|
|(Poetry) iambus, foot consisting of two syllables (the first syllable is long and the second short or the first syllable is stressed and the second unstressed); verse composed of iambic feet, of or pertaining to or composed of iambics (poetic foot cons...||iambic|
|7 years, containing 7, group of 7, group of seven items; period of seven years; number 7, line of verse containing 7 feet, pertaining to the number 7; of a period of seven years; occurring every seven years; comprising a group of seven items, relating ...||septenary|
|a dupe, cheat, deceive, fool, sea bird, seagull, type of sea bird with long wings and webbed feet; sucker, one who is easily deceived, gullible person||gull|
|a long way, nautical mile, race over one mile, statute mile, unit of distance, unit of distance equal to 5280 feet (approximately 1609 meters); relatively great distance, unit of measurement comparable to mile||mile|
|abbreviation for yard, measure of length equal to 3 feet or 0.91 meters||y. (yard)|
|abnormal condition in which the feet are flat and turned outward; flat foot which turns outward, outwardly turned foot, outspread foot, see also:flatfoot||splayfoot|
|act of ascending; ascent; something which can be climbed (hill, rise), act of climbing, go up; slope upward; gradually move upward, be a mountaineer, go up using hands and feet, grow clingingly upward, hill or mountain, move higher socially, move with ...||climb|
|act of scuffing, flat shoe, mark from scraping or rubbing, poke the foot, scrape feet while walking, scrape or rub, scratching or scraping sound; act of scratching or scraping; flat-heeled slipper that covers only the toes; abrasion, scratch mark, mark...||scuff|
|acting as self-governing part, partially autonomous, somewhat independent, partially self-governing, partly self-governing||semiautonomous|
|affected by an abnormal condition in which the feet are flat and turned outward||splayfooted|
|agile on the feet||light-footed; lightfoot|
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