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Toed

Toe \Toe\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Toed; p. pr. & vb. n. Toeing.] To touch or reach with the toes; to come fully up to; as, to toe the mark.

Toed

Toed \Toed\, a.

  1. Having (such or so many) toes; -- chiefly used in composition; as, narrow-toed, four-toed.

  2. (Carp.) Having the end secured by nails driven obliquely, said of a board, plank, or joist serving as a brace, and in general of any part of a frame secured to other parts by diagonal nailing.

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toed

Etymology 1

  1. (context chiefly in combination English) Having (a specified number or type of) toes. Etymology 2

    a. (context construction English) Having the end secured by nails driven obliquely; said of a board, plank, or joist serving as a brace, and in general of any part of a frame secured to other parts by diagonal nailing. v

  2. (en-past of: toe)

WordNet

toed

adj. having a toe or toes of a specified kind; often used in combination; "long-toed"; "five-toed" [syn: toe] [ant: toeless]

Usage examples of "toed".

He toed the release for the blade in his boot, but before he could use it to kill the Daimon, another one caught him about the waist and shoved him back.

She guesstimated the distance again, then toed the body armor to examine the blast pattern.

Marino toed the bodies to make sure they were dead, Edward Leung turned and saw Leen Forth staring at him, her eyes shocked wide, and he made a decision.

He stood up, toed the dead skeller to assure himself that it was indeed dead, then stepped close to flank Minda.

She straightened and, shaking off the lingering prinkles, toed the cloth carefully over the alicorn.

If the media ever found out that Slattery had handed the Russians to the Mafia, that he had made murder possible, both he and the bureau would have been sliced, diced, and tat toed Calling it a scandal would be like calling Vietnam a skirmish.

Toed off my Keds, pulled off my socks, unbuckled my sword harness and dropped my shorts on the ground, pulled off my T-shirt with the Device of Aceta blazoned in magic marker, and stood there in my tight, white, Johnny Weismuller briefs.

Their black coats and doublets were cut straight and close, and their cordovan leather shoes, which in the days of our youth were usually the seat of some little ornament, were uniformly square toed and tied with sad-coloured ribbon.

Sumner toed a tuft of lemongrass and noticed that he was dream-dressed as he had been at that time of his waking life.

All dinosaurs possess the socalled mesotarsal joint, in which the axis at the ankle joint runs straight between the two adjacent ankle bones and the other foot bones, providing the toed dinosaurian foot with great mobility.

She toed a footswitch, and the hum from her amp turned into an electric hiss as the preamps kicked in.

Kovac toed off his shoes and followed her through a small formal diming room to a country kitchen.

She guesstimated the distance again, then toed the body armor to examine the blast pattern.

Finally, Baghdad began using oil-for-food to its advantage, doling out contracts for oil sales and goods purchases in return for political support, rewarding those who toed Baghdad's line and punishing those who did not.

Six kid, ages ranging from about fourteen to the baby, who looked to be about six months old, and all the kids toed the line far, far better than the average up-time child.