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/ban·dy/ (band´e) bowed or bent in an outward curve.
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Left-back THE bandy-legged defender was one of the surprise packages of Albion's 92-93 season, thriving as an over-lapping full-back after being plucked from Kidderminster Harriers at the start of that campaign.
Faustino Asprilla The bandy-legged Colombian may have been a fish out of water on Tyneside but was never dull.
Since she first appeared on a racecourse last year, Attraction's ungainly, bandy-legged stride has drawn as much comment as her undoubted abilities.
Among the drivers are 60-year-old Billy Mack, a bandy-legged veteran of the road, unstoppable storyteller Darrell, and wisecracking pals Larry and Bull, known for fast driving and fast talking.
So it was amazing to see him twenty minutes later, bushy-browed, hunched, and bandy-legged in wrinkly white long-johns, chewing on a cigar like Groucho Marx, playing outrageously to the audience and wickedly prowling after Sarah Wildor, whose own flightiness was delightful.
Even supermodels can come unstuck wearing them - where Jodie Kidd looks amazing, poor bandy-legged Kate Moss looks wretched.
Long, loping, and bandy-legged he may be, but Lewis looks the part.
On another page of the scrapbook, he points to a picture of Arthur, the ancient, bandy-legged gardener.
Johnny Depp is unrecognisable as Raoul Duke - the alter-ego of "gonzo" journalist Hunter S Thompson - all slap-headed and bandy-legged with a cigarette holder between his teeth so you can't understand a word he says.
And he left shop staff baffled by doing an impression of the famously bandy-legged screen cowboy.
John remembers how those who didn't know could easily underestimate the bandy-legged strutter with power in his boots.