noun pl. crow's-feet
- any of the wrinkles that often develop at the outer corners of the eyes of adults: usually used in pl.
- a three-pointed, stitched design put on a garment
- Aeron. a way of rigging one rope to several ropes in order to distribute pull in handling balloons and airships
See crow's-foot in American Heritage Dictionary 4
noun pl. crow's-feet crow's-feet (-fētˌ)
- A wrinkle or wrinkles at the outer corner of the eye. Often used in the plural: got a face-lift to get rid of crow's-feet.
- A three-pointed embroidery stitch, especially one in the form of a filled triangle used as finishing, as at the end of a seam.