Adjective "legless" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈlɛɡləs/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Having no legs.
  1. 'So why they need to cut down on the number of spaces I can use, in order to provide a second spot for the legless, I've no idea.'
  2. 'If you haven't seen the postscript, where a legless man stands on crutches at the edge of the woods and surveys the land he made free, then you should.'
  3. 'Not content to rob a poor blind musician and trash his instruments, they rough up a legless man for smokes.'
  4. 'In 1990, Poland's Lucy Krajewska made the first successful crossing by a legless person.'
  5. 'A chorus line of dancing divas and knights, flatulent Frenchmen, killer rabbits and one legless knight are featured.'
  6. 'One of the most interesting to me is the legless Zarudnyi's worm lizard.'
Extremely drunk.
  1. 'Maybe I should have booked one for when I got legless in Portpatrick'
  2. 'What I can never understand is why enjoying oneself has to imply getting legless as soon as possible.'
  3. 'He said he was, ‘pretty drunk, but not legless.’'
  4. 'It's on a Saturday night and I'm planning on inviting all my friends to come and get legless at my expense.'
  5. 'Although by the end of the evening, I may end up legless anyway!'
  6. 'When I'm out with a group I hide in the corner and get legless.'

Definitions

1. either of the two lower limbs of a biped, as a human being, or any of the paired limbs of an animal, arthropod, etc., that support and move the body.

2. Anatomy. the lower limb of a human being from the knee to the ankle.

3. something resembling or suggesting a leg in use, position, or appearance.

4. the part of a garment that covers the leg: the leg of a stocking; trouser leg.

5. one of usually several, relatively tall, slender supports for a piece of furniture.

6. one of the s

More examples(as adjective)

"people can be legless."

"tries can be legless."

"veterans can be legless."

"shadows can be legless."

"robots can be legless."

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Origin

(leg)