clawfoot


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  • noun

Synonyms for clawfoot

a deformity of the foot characterized by an abnormally high arch and hyperextension of the toes which gives the foot the appearance of a claw

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The great big clawfoot baths are magnificent and the plush, purplish decor has all been done with a keen eye - and gentle humour.
It is the perfect sized clawfoot tub and I can spend hours soaking in it.
The bathrooms boast freestanding clawfoot baths, Egyptian cotton towels, separate "rain shower" cubi-cles and enough high-end ablutionary aids to leave anyone's toiletry bag bursting.
The second floor has two further bedrooms and a bathroom with a clawfoot bath and corner shower cubicle.
The castle has its own library with original books, a staffed kitchen and each of the bedrooms has a fourposter bed, so they can be made to feel at home, as well as separate bathrooms with clawfoot baths.
In his 32 years diving, Akeson said he has explored more than 50 shipwrecks and found items ranging from leather boots to clawfoot bathtubs found in the captain's quarters.
When I last flew to Sydney, to research a paedophile ring, I chose to view The Nanny Diaries (2007) from among the many movies available; and remembered how I used to read my mother-in-law's Mills and Boon romances, arguably a kind of pre-chick culture chick lit, lying in her clawfoot bath while she looked after my children.
Evoking a sense of old-fashioned romance, the 15 French colonial chalets, which were built in the '20s, are spacious and earthy, with each room boasting its own fireplace and traditional features, such as clawfoot bathtubs and heavy wooden writing desks.
The eight lodges, catering for a maximum of 16 people, offers four star sumptuous luxury with clawfoot bath tubs, outdoor bush showers and a wine cellar.
The house is built in three separate components: studio space that occupies the old storage building, a bath house with clawfoot tub and its own wood-burning stove, and the house itself, which sprawls up a steep hillside.
The bathroom is as quirky as the rest of the place, with a clawfoot cast-iron tub (a gift to Margaret from her husband when Ole Miss beat Alabama) and a vanity mirror made out of an old mule collar framed in silk magnolia blossoms.
Bobwhite has a clawfoot tub with shower in a bathroom that overlooks the garden.
The finished product, a regulation table (5 feet by 9 feet) constructed of durable stained oak with clawfoot legs and an inlaid center line, is nothing to be ashamed of.
Parlor level with living room and full bath with clawfoot tub.