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Synonyms for toe

the part of footwear that provides a covering for the toes

forepart of a hoof

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(golf) the part of a clubhead farthest from the shaft

walk so that the toes assume an indicated position or direction

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drive obliquely

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hit (a golf ball) with the toe of the club

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drive (a golf ball) with the toe of the club

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touch with the toe

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I was recently diagnosed with Hammer toes on the second, third and fourth toes of my left foot.
That's especially true if you have already started to develop bunions or hammer toes.
Suitable for both left and right shoes, this beautifully grained, hardwood Shoe Stretcher features special attachments that position to custom stretch the shoe upper at specific pressure points for relief from bunions, hammer toes or corns.
If you have bunions (an enlargement of tissue around the big toe) or hammer toes (when your second, third or fourth toes are permanently bent) summer offers some relief as it is nice to be able to get into open-toed shoes as winter shoes can be very unforgiving.
Deformities such as hammer toes and bunions may develop due to these," says Dr Yadav.
With an adult, [high] heels that don't fit properly can lead to hammer toes or bunions, but an adult's growth plate is closed.
The examiners could be very selective and were turning blokes away for flat feet, hammer toes or defective teeth," said Bob.
How likely is it that a patient will have an isolated neuropathy (abnormal monofilament test) without associated abnormalities on inspection such as hammer toes, hallux valgus, intrinsic minus foot, abnormal sweating, onychomycosis, or cracking?
Experts said because ill-fitting shoes are most often the cause of forefoot deformities such as bunions, hammer toes and neuromas, better-fitting shoes would be a better choice.
This causes compression of the forefoot and can lead to hammer toes, bunion of the big toe, neuroma, and callouses under the metatarsal head.
Dress shoes designed with a narrow forefoot and toe can lead to bunions or hammer toes.
Wearing ill-fitting shoes once may not cause ongoing foot problems, but people who constantly wear shoes that do not fit properly can develop a variety of conditions ranging from bunions to hammer toes to pinched nerves to degenerative changes like arthritis.
Today, many men and women still choose shoes for style over substance, leading to sore, aching feet and more serious problems, like bunions, calluses, corns, hammer toes, pinched nerves and strained ankles.
Can I just say these words to anyone who's thinking of going out after reading this column (thanks love, it's appreciated) and stuffing their toes into a toothpick in cheap plastic: arthritis, hammer toes, back pain, tendon injuries, ouch and oww.