1816, A new system of practical political economy - Volume 1, page 28:
For producing this "velocity of motion" we have a peculiar advantage, in having a double energy always at command, as half our crew are at rest always in the ordinary course of things, which, on particular emergencies, as in the instance of being chased by an enemy, may prove the salvation of the ship, cargo, and crew: not only may the whole muscular power of the crew be employed mechanically, in waorking the wheels of hydraulic engines ; but the different sets of muscles belonging to each man may be alternately employed and relieved by working them both pedally and manually, through the means of cranks, winces, and ropes.
1979, Studia Anglica Posnaniensia - Volumes 10-12, page 132:
If the object in question moves on the land, one needs to decide if the movement is done pedally, or non-pedally (pedally/non-ped.).
The suspended subject immediately gripped the new support pedally and moved atop it.
2010, John Wesley Tunnell, Encyclopedia of Texas Seashells, ISBN1603443371, page 51:
During emersion, lower eulittoral species remain pedally attached and thus have elevated evaporative water-loss rates.
2011, Neil Peart, Roadshow: Landscape With Drums: A Concert Tour By Motorcycle, ISBN1770901396:
As a band, we used whatever we needed—keyboard samples, background vocal effects, string parts, whatever. The line we drew was that they were all samples ofus, and every note, or every “event,” had to be triggered manually (or pedally, as the case might be) by one of us.
On or in the foot.
1989, Richard D. Liechty & Robert T. Soper, Fundamentals of surgery, page 312:
Incompetent deep veins lead to a reflux of blood pedally with the resultant dilation of distal veins, which itself causes valvular incompetence, setting up a vicious cycle.
1996, John David Taylor, Origin and evolutionary radiation of the Mollusca, page 10:
I therefore consider a solely pedally innervated sole as plesiomorphic for the Mollusca.
2010, Alexandra Horowitz, Inside of a Dog: What Dogs See, Smell, and Know, ISBN1847379575:
We tend to sweat pedally when we are mentally taxed: stressed, or concentrating hard.
2010, Paul Shreve & David W. Townsend, Clinical PET-CT in Radiology: Integrated Imaging in Oncology, ISBN0387489029, page 78:
For some indications in PET imaging, it is necessary for radiopharmaceutical injections to be administered contralaterally or pedally to the disease process
Concerning the properties of the foot
1895, The Illustrated American - Volume 18, page 345:
The Emperor made no remark but immediately disappeared below to reappear in a few minutes pedally bared as was his guest.
2008, Stephen E. Braude, The Gold Leaf Lady and Other Parapsychological Investigations, ISBN0226071537:
People who aren't fortunate enough to have webbed toes (the pedally challenged?) are unlikely ever to mention it to anyone.
2006, Frederick S. Szalay, Evolutionary History of the Marsupials and an Analysis of Osteological Characters, ISBN0521025923, page 260:
Sthenurine kangaroos, while pedally distinctive, also have the sustentacular portion of the CLAJP located more laterally, as in Prionotemnus, compared to other macropodoids.