Having a specified kind or number of legs. Often used in combination: long-legged; four-legged. (adjective)
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Use "legged" in a sentence
"Aaron Rifkin legged out a run-scoring triple in the sixth for"
"Even his shooting badges are improperly "legged" w/re to number of awards."
"There's old Dick over in that bed there; he used to go 'mumping,' and when he got boosey with too much lush he stole some paltry thing or other, and being so often convicted they have 'legged'  him at last."