leggy

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leggy

said of animals that appear to have legs longer than normal for the species, breed and age.
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And her fans will be drooling over the fact she is leggier than ever this year.
It didn't suit everyone -- definitely a question of the leggier the better.
SHORT women are more likely to develop heart disease than their leggier sisters, new research claimed yesterday.
Kylie Minogue take note: short women are more likely to develop heart disease than their leggier sisters, new research claims today.
6 million December bow, making it one the leggier wide-release openers of 2003.
Finally, lines 19--21 are a fairly free paraphrase of 'et ne nos ducas in tentationem, sed libera nos a malo', the identity of the verb libera in Italian and Latin providing a fixed point around which Dante can elaborate on the theme of human weakness ('Nostra virtu, che di leggier s'adona') and the power of the adversary ('lui che si la sprona').