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Definition of "right-footed" [right-footed]

  • Of one who plays sports with their right foot in preference to, or more skillfully than their left. (adjective)
  • Played using the right foot (adjective)

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Use "right-footed" in a sentence
  • "Benjamin Lüthi drilled a right-footed free-kick into the Stoke wall in the 84th minute before Stipe Matic fired wide from 12 yards from a Reinmann cross as the final few minutes of the match proved to be the most eventful."
  • "The home side continued to press for an equaliser after the break, Reinmann hitting a right-footed shot over the bar before Shawcross got in the way of an effort by Roland Bättig."
  • "Wayne Rooney turns his back toward the goal, launches his body into mid-air, twists it so that it's parallel to the ground and unleashes a fierce right-footed overhead kick, which rockets into the back of the net."
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