flatfoot

[ flat-foo t or for 1, -foo t ]SEE DEFINITION OF flatfoot

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLATFOOT

Flatfoot is that condition in which the sole has little or no convexity.

It is bad shoeing that makes so many people suffer from flatfoot.

The majority of so-called cases of flatfoot are, however, in the stage amenable to psychic measures.

Flatfoot generally has weak walls, and as a consequence the nails of the shoe are readily loosened and the shoe cast.

Impressions of the feet are made in order to detect weakness of the arch or flatfoot.

He'd done nearly five blocks before a flatfoot steps out of a doorway and waves a nightstick at him.

Before the benevolent physician could reach her, the Flatfoot had taken her in tow, and both were rapidly leaving him.

The Flatfoot, No. 3, approached within a short distance of the wreck, and a line was passed from her to the bow of the Chalmetta.

There was no need to measure them particularly; all they needed was an ordinary set of flatfoot braces.

Out of twenty-four who thought they had rheumatism in the feet or legs eighteen proved to be cases of flatfoot.

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