crow's-foot definition

  • noun:
    • A wrinkle or wrinkles within external place of the eye. Frequently found in the plural: got a face-lift to get rid of crow's-feet.
    • A three-pointed embroidery stitch, particularly one out of the form of a filled triangle used as completing, as at the end of a seam.
    • Alternative spelling of crow's-foot.
    • The lines and wrinkles that appear, since the effect of age or dissipation, under and all over external corners regarding the eyes.
    • A caltrop.
    • Identical To Bird's-mouth.
    • A wrinkle showing up as we grow older under and all over external spot for the eye: usually utilized in the plural.
    • In mech., a tool for holding the drill-rod of a tube-well in position while it is fitted to a portion of the drill.
    • Milit., a caltrop.
    • A three-pointed silk embroidery-stitch, frequently apply the sides of pouches and somewhere else for ornament.
    • plural The angular lines or arrow-points (made thus: < >) that are put on extremities of dimension-lines on a drawing to indicate between exactly what points or planes the measurement is given.
    • big tree of Australasia
    • a wrinkle in epidermis within outer part of one's eyes

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