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  • Who ever would have dreamed the broad winged raven of despair would quit the air and go bandylegged upon the ground,

    mjh's blog — 2008 — July

  • Short, stout, bandylegged, and consequential, he was in these respects like many brethren of the profession in all countries.

    Anne of Geierstein

  • He was a small, bandylegged man, more quick than strong.

    The Mad Ship

  • (A) Dachshunds are, as before quoted, a bunch of useless, bandylegged, snip-nosed, waggle-eared ----, anyway, and represent an amiable good-natured weakness on the part of Mrs. Kitty.

    The Killer

  • "I'm going to clean out the whole bandylegged tribe!" threatened the

    The Killer

  • The Captain was continually uttering half-serious threats as to the different kinds of sudden death he was going to inflict on the whole useless, bandylegged, snipe-nosed, waggle-eared ----

    The Killer

  • She had fallen into the wholesome way of telling me all that occurred touching herself, which during this time consisted chiefly of the efforts of nearly every man of prominence in Whitehall, from the king and the duke to bandylegged Little Jermyn, the lady-killer, to convince her of his desperate passion.

    The Touchstone of Fortune

  • Had the bandylegged walk of the cowboy and was terrified of flying.

    SI.com

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