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.
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.
1350–1400; Middle English; so called because likened to a crow's foot or footprint
is always a great word to know.
So is flibbertigibbet. Does it mean: