Definition of footed in English:

footed

adjective

  • 1Having a foot or feet.

    ‘a footed bowl’
    • ‘A footed trunk picked up during the home owner's travels functions as a coffee table where she can serve clients tea or spread out papers to review.’
    • ‘Almost all ballet schools require pink, footed tights for girls and black tights and white socks for boys.’
    • ‘Belgian ales and other high alcohol brews are served in more traditional footed goblets.’
    • ‘A dose, or serving, of about one to one-and-one-half ounces of absinthe was poured into a footed glass.’
    • ‘Here, a tall, footed glass holds a generous scoop of house-made vanilla ice cream and is presented to you alongside a chilled bottle of Stewart's root beer.’
    • ‘The footed bowl is another form Revere made frequently, the most famous example being the Sons of Liberty Bowl he made in 1768.’
    • ‘Usually metallic rather than ceramic, these servers included plates, shallow bowls without feet, and shallow footed bowls.’
    • ‘The yarn and legs of the stockings were furnished by the mill and footed hose and waste material returned.’
    • ‘The girl, Eleanor by name, clutched a blanket in one hand as she stumbled down the stairs in footed pajamas.’
    • ‘He added two scroll handles to a footed beaker so that the cup could be passed easily from one communicant to the next.’
    • ‘Cut its stem short and set into water in a footed ice cream dish, cocktail glass, or similarly shaped container.’
    • ‘This includes dinner, oval and side plates, footed bowls and coffee mugs, with prices from €6.30.’
    • ‘The footed bottle case in Plate II represents a slightly later development of the simple box.’
    • ‘Pile lush heirloom tomatoes in a footed bowl for a jolt of hot late-summer color on your outdoor table.’
    • ‘During the first months after Ezekiel was born, he spent most of his waking and sleeping hours in footed white pajamas.’
    • ‘When this happens, I place her pot in a large footed container so her flattened branches can droop gracefully over the side without hindrance.’
  • 2[in combination] Having a foot or feet of a specified type or number.

    ‘a quick-footed American chappie’
    • ‘Unfortunately when the time came for him to join the army, he was rejected due to the fact that he was flat-footed.’
    • ‘The Z-Traxion z-shaped lugs promote superior weight distribution and sure-footed traction and stability.’

Pronunciation:

footed

/ˈfʊtɪd/