American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Having a specified kind or number of legs. Often used in combination: long-legged; four-legged.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having legs: often in composition: as, the legged maple-borer; a two-legged animal.
- In heraldry, having legs, as a bird, of a different tincture from the body.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Having (such or so many) legs; -- used in composition
- adj. having legs of a specified kind or number
- leg (“noun”) + -ed (Wiktionary)
“Aaron Rifkin legged out a run-scoring triple in the sixth for”
“Even his shooting badges are improperly "legged" w/re to number of awards.”
“There's old Dick over in that bed there; he used to go 'mumping,' and when he got boosey with too much lush he stole some paltry thing or other, and being so often convicted they have 'legged'  him at last.”
“The one complaint possible against Isadora Duncan is that she has rendered us immoderately dissatisfied with what had once moderately contented us; and the fear is that we shall promptly have a host of half-baked imitators, who will copy the mere accidentals of her system without understanding the essentials, and will fancy that the whole matter is one of clothes and music, and prance about bare-legged, meaninglessly.”
“Such was the congestion caused by this 9 feet wide tunnel where the lack of a towing path meant that boats had to be "legged" through, that by 1827 a second tunnel, build by Thomas Telford was completed.”
“This is an investment that can be "legged" into (selling calls on up days and puts on down days) to maximize the premium collected.”
“Bare white walls, chrome legged sofas, black leather - really masculine and clinical.”
“Protect your four-legged loved one from extreme weather conditions and all the hazards that come with the cold.”
“In Cairo, another effigy of the president made its way around the crowd prone on a donkey cart, preceded by a number of boys pretending to march stiff-legged as if in a state funeral procession.”
“The water was cold and after a few minutes we pulled up our feet and sat cross-legged, leaning back on our hands.”
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