barelegged barelegged


  • (adj) having the legs uncovered by clothing


  1. The Betz Club romped up to Sweden, and played barelegged before 88-year-old tennis bug King Gustav.
  2. Hot dogs were plentiful, two 56-piece bands blared, a barelegged drum majorette shivered and strutted, two queens held court at halftime.
  3. A chorus line of 36 barelegged beauties on skates swirled in synchronized precision over the ice rink in Indianapolis' State Fairgrounds Coliseum.
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