Idiom: crow’s feet

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Crow's feet

A crow

Crow’s feet are the lines or wrinkles which appear around the outer corner of a person’s eyes as they get older.

They’re also known as laughter lines šŸ™‚


Examples of use:

1. News headline: FDA approves botox for treating crow’s feet.

2. Crow’s feet are one of the first signs of ageing on the face.

3. They’re not crow’s feet, they’re laughter lines. I’ve had a very happy life!

4. This new eye cream promises to remove crow’s feet.


Do you have crow’s feet? I do!

I don’t mind having them – I think they’re all part of a person’s character.

What do you think?



Angela Boothroyd

Angela Boothroyd

Freelance writer, English language teacher, at Botanical Linguist
Hi, I'm Angela, the creator of the Botanical Linguist site. I'm a freelance writer, linguist, and qualified English language teacher. I specialize in writing online course content, and blog posts and articles about business, education, and the English language. Iā€™m also a writing coach for non-native users of English who want to blog better in English.
Angela Boothroyd
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