Definition of 'leggy'
Example sentences containing 'leggy'
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The team is roughly split between those players who are stupidly tall and leggy and those who are stupidly strong and speedy.Times, Sunday Times (2007) Times, Sunday Times (2016) The Sun (2007)
This maxi isn't for the long and leggy.The Sun (2010)
The leggy model has appealed to fans of the BBC1 show to give her a chance by not voting her off straight away.The Sun (2008)
Now the gentle giant is looking for love and hopes his new-found fame will help him find a leggy beauty to settle down with.The Sun (2009)
Tall, leggy and blonde, nice.The Sun (2011)
We looked tired and leggy, but once we stirred up after the second half, we were more like ourselves.The Sun (2010)
He lost tens of thousands of pounds at the casino tables in London, often with a hired leggy blonde at his side.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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