Common illustrations of such deforming developmental accidents are harelip, cleft palate, and club foot.
Byron had a club foot in his mind, and so Byron is a by-word.
Stevens had a club foot, and was compelled to use a cane in walking.
To be beautiful is so difficult, that even Byron had a club foot with all his genius.
In regard to feet, the ball-and-claw, and club foot were introduced.
Because, after all I find it suits me best to live alone, and then there's my club foot.
The gentleman I don't want to see has a club foot—show him up, dearie.
"Make room there," the waiter called to the vagrants, giving the sleeping Jungel a push with his club foot.
There ain't no club foot anywheres; it's just a game to gain time to give this coyote, Holt, a chance to make a get-away.
Say, Bill Evans, maybe you think I don't know that club foot; just come off, now.