two-legged

two-legged

adj
having two legs
Translations

two-legged

[ˈtuːˈlegɪd] ADJbípedo, de dos piernas

two-legged

[ˌtuːˈlɛgd] adja due gambe, bipede
References in classic literature ?
said Gurth; ``if the two-legged wolf snap not up some of them ere nightfall, I am no true man.
So the tanner departed joyfully upon his errand, but much more interested in the dun deer of the forest than in any two-legged rovers therein.
Peter Van Tromp, an English-speaking, two-legged animal of the international genus, and by profession of general and more than equivocal utility.
Yes; and remember that two-legged tigers and crocodiles are more dangerous than the others.
I had lost my bullet-mould in crossing the Oneida outlet, and had to make shift with the buckshot; but the rifle was true, and didn’t scatter like your two-legged thing there, Judge, which don’t do, I find, to hunt in company with.
The father of this pleasant grandfather, of the neighbourhood of Mount Pleasant, was a horny-skinned, two-legged, money-getting species of spider who spun webs to catch unwary flies and retired into holes until they were entrapped.
Our good Gaffer Swanthold sayeth that gold is an overheavy burden for a two-legged ass to carry; so we would e'en lift some of this load from thee.
Also, Jerry had always heard the rare visiting two-legged man-creatures such as came on the Arangi, address his master as Mister Haggin.
If anything, it was disappointment Michael experienced, in that this delightful, two-legged god took no further notice of him.
That is one of uncle's favourite proverbs, so I got it up for his especial benefit," said Rose, coming up with the two-legged worm beside her.
What have you done anyway that a two-legged other animal should come along, break you to harness, curb all your natural proclivities, and make slave-beasts out of you?
It ain't going to be any half-way beating, but a real, two-legged, two-fisted, he-man beating.