Tiger's-foot

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Tiger's-foot (Bot) A name given to some species of morning-glory (IpomÅ“a) having the leaves lobed in pedate fashion.
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Usage

In literature:

Every day he looked at the tiger's foot, and the third day it was quite healed.
"Indian Fairy Tales"
Every day he looked at the tiger's foot, and the third day it was quite healed.
"Young Folks Treasury, Volume 2 (of 12)" by Various
Because the deer's ears are so sharp that he can hear even a leaf rustling under the tiger's foot, a long way off.
"The Wonders of the Jungle" by Prince Sarath Ghosh
Every day he looked at the tiger's foot, and the third day it was quite healed.
"Indian Fairy Tales" by Anonymous
He had put his bare foot on the tiger's body.
"Life in an Indian Outpost" by Gordon Casserly
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In news:

A suicidal man leaped from a moving monorail at the Bronx Zoo yesterday to reach its dangerous tiger den, where he became a chew toy for a predatory beast who severed the man's foot in a.
Stops include the Aquarium 's "fish kitchen," where 18 tons of fish a year is prepared and above the 110,000-gallon Open Ocean tank, where the dorsal fins of 8-foot sand tiger sharks cut through the water's surface.
Shaw aggravated a sprained foot last week for the Gamecocks (No 12, No 13) and practiced sparingly before Saturday's game against the Tigers.
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