He rocked back on his splay feet, his knees sprung forward, his mouth wide open, and his eyes popping out of his black face.
Cow-hocks, weak pasterns, straight stifles, and splay feet are the worst of faults.
As they stepped over the side they were met by a little round-shouldered man with splay feet.
I'll make it a durned sight seriouser for you if you don't keep them splay feet o'your'n offen my heels when we're marching.
Such a collection of splay feet, puffed joints, and misshapen limbs was assuredly never before made within so small a compass.
As against this they have, unless very carefully bred, a lightness of bone and a tendency to splay feet and flat sides.
They came at him on splay feet, their clubs raised high, their mouths opened and their eyes slitted in rage.
It was them splay feet o' your'n that tripped me, and then you downed the rest o' the boys.
splayfoot splay·foot (splā'fut')