Some were short-legged—too short; others were long-legged—too long.
Who's that long-legged critter with the lay-down collar and the ribbon necktie?
The big, long-legged, red-haired devil has been learning to box on the quiet.
It is the long-legged American boy who beats the world in this sort of thing.
And I tell you, it takes a long-legged Mexican steer to set the pace.
Now I guess you have learned sufficient about your long-legged cousins.
The cook was a gaunt, long-legged person with a saturnine countenance.
In the midst of that party sits our captain, on the back of a long-legged mule.
Many a boy as long-legged and as young as you is fool enough to marry.
From the stones of the sea-shore will I pay the Long-legged a hard seat.'