But the cloven hoof is shown by the omission from the patent of the usual legitimacy clause.
Monk saw, or thought he saw, the cloven hoof of the Sectaries.
The footprint of a deer shows the cloven hoof, with a difference between the buck's and the doe's.
There was a man with a cloven hoof, but then he was meant for the devil.
He abandons England for a while, and now we get a glimpse of the cloven hoof in a casual reference to Hindus and Mahometans.
Yet you'd think he had a cloven hoof to hear some people talk.
Despite the Oriental sandal which the cunning shoemaker had fashioned, his fellow-Jews saw the cloven hoof.
And, at this point, he was enough of a theologian to remember that once a man sees the Divil's cloven hoof he is not lost yet.
She ought, and so ought Aunt Gerty, considering the trouble they both take to keep the cloven hoof of age off their faces.
Her dread of the morning grew into the suspicion that her great fortune had a cloven hoof.