long-legged long-legged


  • (adj) having long legs



  1. Finally, a long-legged beauty with cropped gray hair and--egads!--a lined neck and a furrowed brow poses in the buff, save for a pair of dangling earrings and a cuff bracelet.
  2. And for Rosemary Clooney, the long-legged blonde at the microphone, it was nothing more or less than her millions of fans have come to expect.
  3. Washington's long-legged, kindly police chief, arranged to halt demolition, have veterans quartered in the skeletonized buildings.


  1. History buffs unearth frontier cabin

    DURYEA 8212 Mark Dziak knelt down in the woods to retrieve a shard of blue-flecked pottery from between the roots of an old tree, sending a long-legged spider scurrying for cover as he lifted the nickel-sized ceramic chunk out of the dirt.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Times Leader

  2. StyleBlazer Of The Day: Jessica Alba

    The 2013 Spike TV's Guys Choice Awards was taped on Saturday at Sony Pictures Studios, and the usual boys club event was graced by Jessica Alba's long-legged presence. The gorgeous actress posed on the red carpet before heading in to present an award. ... More »
    on June 10, 2013     Source: The Atlanta Post


  1. Asked by FHM writer Jet Tanyag what part of her body does she consider the sexiest, K Brosas said, "Marami, eh, ha ha! Siguro sa experience, legs, kasi medyo makapal ang legs ko. Isang kilometro. Long-legged legs."
    on Jul 8, 2009 By: K Brosas Source: Philippine Star

  2. "He's a long way off getting into the big races," Hayes said. "He makes a lot of mistakes. He's a long-legged teenager at the moment."
    on Aug 20, 2008 By: David Hayes Source: Melbourne Herald Sun

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