from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An ornament for the leg, of the same nature as the anklet.
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But it is after getting one foot in, and while waving the other around for the other leglet, -- that leglet which is turned inside out, -- that the real agony commences.
I hope you not leglet, 'said Mr Sung, indignation, as any emotion did, causing acute confusion in the pronunciation of liquids.
 A mountain-plant whose stem has a thin, glossy, black sheath, that is stripped off and used in twisting the decorative leglet called tikus.
A pair of sandals, a leglet of goat's hair, a heavy battle-axe with a rhinoceros-horn handle, a round iron shield covered with white ox-hide, and the regulation number of _tollas_, or throwing-knives, made up his equipment, to which, however, he added his revolver.
"'Art thou still a chief, Wambe? or does another take thy place and power, and say, Lord, what doest thou there? and what is that slave's leglet upon thy knee?
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