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[fawr-foo t-id, fohr-] /ˈfɔrˈfʊt ɪd, ˈfoʊr-/
having four feet:
He considers his dog to be his four-footed friend.
Origin of four-footed
1125-75; Middle English four foted Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Oftentimes, animal pictures make the unhappy mistake of attributing almost human rationalization to simple four-footed beasts.
  • Dean later explained that he changed horses often in order never to be upstaged by his four-footed sidekick.
  • Though dogs must be on-leash, your four-footed canine friends are welcome to join you on your daily jog or stroll.
  • Not only can you bring your bicycle, but you can bring your best four-footed friend as well.
  • Scientists have discovered the missing link between whales and their four-footed ancestors.
  • Many of us share our homes and family life with four-footed, warm- blooded pets.
  • We are dedicated to fostering a responsible and humane two and four-footed community.
  • Scientists discovered a missing link between whales and their four-footed ancestors.
  • To call these semblances of humanity brutes, would be a libel on the four-footed race.
  • Its laud was covered with vast herds aud droves of edible four-footed animals.
Word Origin and History for four-footed

Old English feowerfote; see four + foot (n.).

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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