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  • n. The state of having long legs.


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leggy +‎ -ness


  • One trick you can do to check the legginess is to place them outside in full sun any time you can.

    Cooking seems to be my thing

  • The fennel, the dill and the oregano are now all flowering and gone to rambling legginess.

    July 15th, 2006

  • There's the whole legginess of them, and then there's the issue of how they crunch.

    Worth Every Flinch

  • The fact that she went by Jacky or Jackie back then didn't help, nor did the quintessential 60s legginess and that quasi-Continental cool with which she comported herself.

    You don't know Jacq

  • Their small figures brought out the legginess of the mares; beside the compact range horses their gait was sprawling, but the wise eye of Marianne saw the springing fetlocks kiss the dust and the long, telltale muscles.


  • : Zoe Saldana, in all her elegant legginess, would snatch this up.

    Black Entertainment, Money, Style and Beauty Blogs - Black Voices

  • It has retained its skinny legginess and curved sides, along with its crisp screen and slightly annoying shake-to-shuffle music feature.

    The News Tribune Blogs

  • A striker for the Basque side Athletic Bilbao, he's six feet and five inches (!) of legginess, blond curls, and

    Kickette Blog

  • Her legginess was taken as another sexual signal on her part; however, in her defence, she claims that it was supposed to be for Runner’s World.

    ProWomanProLife » Now, THAT’s sophisticated!


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