[kroh-foo t] /ˈkroʊˌfʊt/
noun, plural crowfoots for 1, 2, crowfeet for 3–6.
any plant of the genus Ranunculus, especially one with divided leaves suggestive of a crow’s foot; buttercup.
any of various other plants with leaves or other parts suggestive of a bird’s foot, as certain species of the genus Geranium.
Nautical. an arrangement of several bridlelike ropes rove through a suspended euphroe to support the backbone of an awning at a number of points.
Movies, Television. a three-legged device placed under a tripod to keep the camera from slipping.
(on an architectural or engineering drawing) a V -shaped mark the apex of which is a reference point.
[krohz-foo t] /ˈkroʊzˌfʊt/
noun, plural crow’s-feet.
Usually, crow’s-feet. any of the tiny wrinkles at the outer corners of the eyes resulting from age or constant squinting.
Aeronautics. an arrangement of ropes in which one main rope exerts pull at several points simultaneously through a group of smaller ropes, as in balloon or airship rigging.
(in tailoring) a three-pointed embroidered design used as a finish, as at the end of a seam or opening.
noun (pl) -foots
any of several plants of the genus Ranunculus, such as R. sceleratus and R. aquatilis (water crowfoot) that have yellow or white flowers and divided leaves resembling the foot of a crow See also buttercup
any of various other plants that have leaves or other parts resembling a bird’s foot
(nautical) (pl) -feet. a bridle-like arrangement of lines rove through a wooden block or attached to a ring for supporting an awning from above
(military) (pl) -feet another name for caltrop
noun (pl) -feet
(often pl) a wrinkle at the outer corner of the eye
an embroidery stitch with three points, used esp as a finishing at the end of a seam
a system of diverging short ropes to distribute the pull of a single rope, used esp in balloon and airship riggings
[kroh-hop] /ˈkroʊˌhɒp/ noun 1. a short . 2. a made by a horse with its legs stiffened and its back arched. noun A little forward jump made by an outfielder to increase the distance of a long throw: Mike Knight shouted to him to use a crow-hop (1980s+ Baseball)
[kroh-hop] /ˈkroʊˌhɒp/ noun 1. a short . 2. a made by a horse with its legs stiffened and its back arched.
[kroh] /kroʊ/ verb (used without object), crowed or for 1, (especially British), crew; crowed; crowing. 1. to utter the characteristic cry of a rooster. 2. to gloat, boast, or exult (often followed by over). 3. to utter an inarticulate cry of pleasure, as an infant does. noun 4. the characteristic cry of a rooster. 5. […]
[krou-lee] /ˈkraʊ li/ noun 1. a city in S Louisiana.