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- noun Plural form of
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In his anteroom were unipeds in different stages of their second learning to walk as lignipeds.
A squinting eye is a treasure to a boxer, a left-handed batter is a prize in a cricketing eleven, and one of the best gymnasts in Chicago is an individual with a wooden leg, which he takes off at the commencement of affairs, thus economizing weight and stowage, and performing achievements impossible except to unipeds.
The mediaeval belief in a country in which there lived a race of unipeds was not unknown in
Because unipeds can be athletes, too (even those of us who suspected our sporty days were long past).