He sat down in a chair, and stretched out his legs, with an air of being at home.
We dined on frogs' legs and Vouvray, and then went to see the Revue at the Marigny.
If he sat down his legs were gathered, and he seemed about to stand up.
The table serving as washstand stood securely on its four legs.
As he clapped his legs to the horse's back he stuck his knife into the Potawatami.
There, that's roight; jist carry his legs; I'll take him under the back.
Physically he had undoubtedly improved; his legs had hardened and smoothed down.
But it was only the strange man Geryon clattering onward, with his six legs!
Their heads dangled on one side and their legs on the other.
It made Tom fly, but it took the stiffening all out of my legs.