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Definition of "claw-foot" [claw-foot]

  • A foot, as of a piece of furniture, carved in wood or cast in metal in the shape of the foot of a bird or beast of prey. (noun)
  • Having claw-feet: as, a claw-foot table.

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "claw-foot" in a sentence
  • "The master bathroom, shown here, features a claw-foot tub and a glass-tile walk-in shower."
  • "The tub was a wide, long, claw-foot porcelain thing from the forties that had been retrofitted with a wide metal curtain ring, a white curtain, and a big sunflower showerhead."
  • "The most sought-after: La Tour, a vast split-level suite in a 12th-century tower outfitted with a pair of side-by-side claw-foot tubs facing a bay window with a spectacular view."
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