one-legged

one-legged

adj
1. having one leg
2. using one leg
Translations

one-legged

[ˈwʌnˈlegɪd] ADJcon una sola pierna

one-legged

[ˌwʌnˈlɛgɪd] adjcon una gamba sola

one-legged

adj con una sola pierna
References in classic literature ?
And in the present instance, all this was heightened by the sight of the two officers of the strange ship, leaning over the side, by the perpendicular ladder of nailed cleets there, and swinging towards him a pair of tastefully-ornamented man-ropes; for at first they did not seem to bethink them that a one-legged man must be too much of a cripple to use their sea bannisters.
Huck felt that a silence was going to ensue -- a thing still more awful than any amount of murderous talk; so he held his breath and stepped gingerly back; planted his foot carefully and firmly, after balancing, one-legged, in a precarious way and almost toppling over, first on one side and then on the other.
At first I had supposed "the dead man's chest" to be that identical big box of his upstairs in the front room, and the thought had been mingled in my nightmares with that of the one-legged seafaring man.
This at first seemed a great misfortune, for I knew a one-legged man could not do very well as a wood-chopper.
The litter of rags tumbled partly into and partly out of a one-legged wooden scale, hanging without any counterpoise from a beam, might have been counsellors' bands and gowns torn up.
There are none of those one-legged scoundrels in my books,' I say.
They perched the one-legged Pumpkinhead upon the Saw-Horse, and tied him to his seat with cords, so that he could not possibly fall off.
Neither does a one-legged man yearn sentimentally over his missing member.
Me old fella boy too much," the one-legged Methuselah quavered.
When he saw and heard the confusion and uproar on the beach later that night when Captain Kellar turned Tulagi upside-down in his search for Michael, the old one-legged one remained discreetly silent.
I covered his right leg, and he was a one-legged man defying all laws of gravitation.
I took the one-legged test again as my wife Maria walked past, busy hanging washing over radiators.