- a having feet that turn inward
- He rolled up to the Royal Ancient clubhouse as haughty and pigeon-toed as ever, in a chauffeured Rolls-Royce, dressed in a salmon-pink sweater and blowsy grey trousers.
- The very sight of his pigeon-toed trot to position moved the fans on Coogan's Bluff to borrow from Yankee territory that ultimate complaint, the long Bronx cheer.
- Behind her pigeon-toed bumpkin in the first act of Manon, for example, lies this Sills analysis: "She was born with a good bosom and a shock of unusual-colored hair, whatever .
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- Romeoville family struggles with daughter’s fatal disease
Isabella Hreska was 2 years old when her mother noticed something slightly off in her toddler’s stride. She was slightly pigeon-toed, and seemed to stumble more than other kids her age, said her mother, Bernadette Hreska, of Romeoville. Her pediatrician said Isabella would outgrow it. But she didn’t, and as she grew, Isabella seemed to have trouble skipping and jumping. The problem stood out for ...
Aug. 6, 2013 - SouthtownStar
- Jessica Alba in San Francisco Chronicle
Alba, 26, says, "I would like to dedicate this award to a young man who has been on my mind for the last 19 years: Ross. Ross didn't love me. I was pigeon-toed, I had a sway back, I was slightly cross-eyed, buck-toothed, I sucked my thumb. Look at...
- Jason Tucker in Calgary Herald
We told him he's got to go pigeon-toed next time,said Edmonton slotback Jason Tucker. "Maybe that way, he'll take it all the way in."
- Hideo Kojima in GameSpot
He's a bit pigeon-toed because he's being cautious,joked Kojima, while the camera rotated to show Snake's feet, which weren't visible in the original trailer.