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long-legged

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Definition of long-legged in English:

adjective

Having long legs: a tall, long-legged girl long-legged hunting dogs
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  • This led to the evolution of long-legged running animals adapted to life on the savanna and prairie.
  • The rear cabin is roomy and two adults can sit quite comfortably in the back provided those in the front are not long-legged.
  • It look cramped but my long-legged colleague sat there quite comfortably.

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