from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adverb & adjective With the legs uncovered.
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- adjective Having the legs bare.
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- adjective Having
- adverb With uncovered legs.
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- adjective having the legs uncovered by clothing
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Your legs will look firmer and more controlled if you wear super-sheer hose instead of going barelegged.
The little witch that run barefoot an 'barelegged over all the place?
Found him in a straw house in the bush, barelegged, a white savage, all mixed up with flowers and things and playing a guitar.
Not only did he not wear pants, and was barefooted and barelegged, but about his middle, just like any black, he wore a brilliant-coloured loin-cloth, that, like a kilt, fell nearly to his sunburnt knees.
The captain, slouch-hatted and barelegged, with a rolling twist hitched the faded blue lava-lava tighter around his waist and spat tobacco juice overside.
She'd appeared in the doorway at Harry's Bar in Venice, barelegged but in heels.
Did you know what was even weirder, boxer shorts, and you were both barelegged?
Running aft, barefooted and barelegged, the rainwater dripping from his scant clothing, the mate displaced the black at the wheel.
I gazed at the little kids splashing barelegged in the fountain below, mere yards from a dead body shoved in a door.
When the semitropical rains finally arrived she skipped through the bamboo barelegged in a waterproof hat the size of an umbrella made of layers of plaited bamboo.