Part of speech:
Paw is defined as the hand or the foot of a four-legged animal.
Of or having to do with the foot or feet
(Zool.) A foot or footlike structure in land vertebrates
The definition of a pad is the sound of a soft footstep, or something stuffed to provide a cushion, or the bottom of an animal's foot.
The definition of a hoof is the hard cover on the feet of some mammals such as horses and deer, or is slang for the human foot.
Feet is defined as the part of the body that touches the ground or multiples of 12 inches.
The definition of an extremity is a limb of the body, the outer part of something, or a state of danger.
(Informal) A person:
The music composed or played for a certain kind of dance or for a particular dance.
The bottom is defined as the underside or lowest position.
The basic unit of linear measure in the metric system, equal to 39.3701 inches: now defined in the SI system as the distance light travels in a vacuum in 1/299,792,458 of a second
The underside of a shoe or boot, often excluding the heel.
A foot or toe
Any basis or foundation
Something, such as a chair or bench, that may be sat on:
A part or structure acting as a support, base, or foundation
lowest support of a structure
A basic or underlying element; infrastructure:
A cosmetic used as a base for facial makeup.
Magnitude (extent or amount) determined by measurement.
A half-open interval.
(Architecture) The supporting base or groundwork of a structure, as for a monument or wall.
(Archit.) A heavy column, usually square, used to support weight, as at the end of an arch
A pile or heap resembling a bed, esp. in softness or shape
A portrait or representation of a person's head.
The highest position or rank:
Speed is a slang term for the street drug methamphetamine.
A unit of cubic measure for lumber, equal to one foot square by one inch thick.
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