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barelegged Syllabification: bare·leg·ged
Pronunciation: /ˈberleɡəd/

Entry from US English dictionary

Definition of barelegged in English:

adjective& adverb

With one’s legs uncovered by clothing.
Example sentences
  • As the researchers walked around barelegged, often climbing mountains into cooler, beclouded rain forests beloved of leeches, they were mercilessly stung by mosquitoes.
  • And, can I go to work in the office, barelegged in strappy stiletto sandals with red painted toenails?
  • Hanes No Hose allows femme fatales to go barelegged in sexy, strappy open-toe shoes while offering girdle-like control to just above the knee or below the lower calf.

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