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bandy

/ban·dy/ (band´e) bowed or bent in an outward curve.
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He said I'd be walking bandy-legged when I came back from our honeymoon.
They would call me a bandy-legged so and so, the lot.
He played a Welsh boy at his most basic - brash, itchy, ignorant, doe-eyed, drunk, silly, bandy-legged and beer-bellied.
But the one thing they could rely on was if they backed the bandy-legged bay, they would be backing a winner.
Why can't they just introduce a couple of bandy-legged schoolgirls into each team and play rounders instead?
SuperMac was only 21 when he sauntered into town, bandy-legged with long sideburns and the cockiness of self-belief.
Five-foot-nine, bandy-legged and pigeon-toed," was the unflattering description passed on to me.
Advice not heeded as, grimacing with backside pain, I walked bandy-legged into the nearest pub for a large one, where I vowed that if a judge ever sent me down, I'd top myself before meeting my desperate, all-male cell-mates.
Despite the crucifix and sarong, Conrad Gates looked more like the bandy-legged Butlins version of Sting or a Sunday league centreforward than Becks.
And that's a disappointment to mad nanny Joanne when she gets bandy-legged drunk at Martin's 18th birthday party and takes Kelly's advice, literally.