Thesaurus / long-legged

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Long-legged, long-necked, as straight as a lance, with head poised on the proud neck like a lily on its stem.
THE MANBRAM STOKER
He was a long-legged fellow, and could run like greased lightning.
LINCOLN'S YARNS AND STORIESALEXANDER K. MCCLURE
At first we didn't buy anything there, till a long-legged Englishman told my Baron that this grocer kept a fine Hungarian wine.
I found Phineas, long-legged and gaunt, sitting on the front step of the colonial portico.
THE RISE OF ROSCOE PAINEJOSEPH C. LINCOLN
The bada resemble our long-legged gnats, but have a longer proboscis, with which they bore through a triple fold of strong linen.
So the long-legged, bright-eyed boy came and sat by his mother's bed and held her hot hands.
THE PREACHER OF CEDAR MOUNTAINERNEST THOMPSON SETON
He was a lean, long-legged boy with brown hair and eyes and a bone-deep tan.
THE WAILING OCTOPUSHAROLD LELAND GOODWIN
The spirit of modern hurry was embodied in a thin, long-armed, long-legged man, with a closely clipped gray beard.
THE SHADOW-LINEJOSEPH CONRAD
She liked nothing better than to fill the car full of long-legged High School boys and an occasional girl, and parade the town.
MODERN ESSAYSJOHN MACY
Indeed, the long-legged scout seemed to perform a complete revolution in the air, landing on his knees among the bushes.
PATHFINDERALAN DOUGLAS

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