Having feet or a foot: a footed sofa. Often used in combination: web-footed; four-footed. (adjective)
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Use "footed" in a sentence
"I want cozy nights with fat snowflakes falling quietly on our street, and late mornings with babies in footed pajamas clamouring around while I make French toast and coffee."
"The horse Lady Ashburton sent him is a pretty, swift little creature, and very sure-footed, which is the first quality for a horse whose rider always goes at a gallop."
"Barklage is left-footed, which is a plus and a stated need for the club."