Definition of legged
: having a leg or legs especially of a specified kind or number —often used in combination a four-legged animal
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Entomologists at Cranbook Institute of Science say the eight-legged creature was an Australian Huntsman, which is an extremely rare site in Michigan.
One man in Australia seems to have discovered the key to making eight-legged friends—crickets.
The North Carolina baseball team has gotten a significant emotional boost from a four-legged teammate this season.
The city of Fairfax will hold the family event with two- and four-legged friends 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Sherwood Center, 3740 Old Lee Hwy.
Perhaps the prime example is another eight-legged invertebrate.
By following these simple tips all your guests (two-legged and four-legged alike) are guaranteed to have a fun and safe Memorial Day.
Divya Anantharaman of Brooklyn, a fashion designer and taxidermist (whose red-legged honeycreeper would win a second-place award), stood transfixed before a crate of newborn rabbits, translucent and pink.
Strong sellers include roomy summer wide-legged jumpsuits and striped shirt dresses as well as cotton hoodies and cropped trousers.
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First Known Use of legged
LEGGED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of legged for English Language Learners
: having legs of a specified type or number
LEGGED Defined for Kids
Definition of legged for Students
: having legs especially of a certain kind or number four-legged
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