Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having the legs bowed outward; bandy-legged.
- adj. having a bowleg
“So I guess I should get down off of my high horse now, and do a little bow-legged Logan shuffle back into my glass house.”
“As the impetus that carried Cherokee forward died down, he continued to go forward of his own volition, in a swift, bow-legged run.”
“Arrived, he straddled the crest and stood, bow-legged his way toward the brick, arms held slightly out for balance.”
“Michael somehow managed to make Huntress bow-legged with crazy big shoulders and no nose.”
“Ever watch Stevie walk around on the field being bow-legged.”
“Although she's got great gams, she feels she's slightly bow-legged, so she takes short steps when she walks.”
“Yes, I do know that he's a little meaty in the arms and, let's just face it, he's bow-legged.”
“Jackson, the chilled-out, bow-legged Zen Master who won six league titles in the 1990s with Jordan in Chicago, now has won four with Los Angeles.”
“I heard papa say once that cowboys are bow-legged.”
“He is walking very slowly – bow-legged and leaning on his father – with a pained expression in his eyes and a lollipop in his mouth.”
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