long-shanked long-shanked


  • (adj) having long legs



  1. Almost every morning since last November, a long-shanked, ruddy-faced man carrying a geologist's pick has stomped his hobnailed boots through the lobby of Mexico City's Hotel.
  2. But sportsmen and some collectors like the easy naturalism of Brasher's duck pictures, the spirit of his long-shanked road runner, the dash of his bald eagle.
  3. Betty Grable, long-shanked, blue-eyed, 5 ft.
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