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long-legged Line breaks: long-legged

Definition of long-legged in English:

adjective

Having long legs: a tall, long-legged girl long-legged hunting dogs
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  • Moose calves with dangling wet umbilical cords struggle to keep up with their long-legged fast-moving mothers.
  • Rheas are tall, long-legged birds, well adapted to a terrestrial lifestyle.
  • Compared with long-legged ostriches striding across a plain, waddling penguins come up short.

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