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 (băn′dē-lĕg′ĭd, -lĕgd′)




(ˈbæn diˌlɛg ɪd, -ˌlɛgd)

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Adj.1.bandy-legged - have legs that curve outward at the kneesbandy-legged - have legs that curve outward at the knees
unfit - not in good physical or mental condition; out of condition; "fat and very unfit"; "certified as unfit for army service"; "drunk and unfit for service"


adj (Brit) → mit krummen Beinen; personkrummbeinig, o-beinig, O-beinig


[ˈbændɪˈlɛgɪd] adjdalle or con le gambe storte


(ˈbӕndi) adjective
(of legs) bent outwards at the knee. She wears long skirts to hide her bandy legs.
bandy-ˈlegged (-legid) adjective


n. zambo-a, patizambo-a.
References in classic literature ?
Then came a cart, and behind that walked an old, bandy-legged domestic serf in a peaked cap and sheepskin coat.
Go home, and tell your bandy-legged king that as soon as his tunnel is finished the Phanfasms will be with him and lead his legions to the conquest of Oz.
Once some bandy-legged, lurching creature, an ant-eater or a bear, scuttled clumsily amid the shadows.
But, in bad news for fans of the bandy-legged, dolls' house furniture-making detective, that's the extent of his involvement this time.
She can tell very funny stories of things that have happened to her where things might have gone just a fraction wrong" Margaret Rhodes, the Queen's first cousin, discussing the monarch "There is an obscene amount of money in politics" Actor George Clooney "The little bandy-legged one who celebrated 50 years' marriage to his poor wife, Helen" Monty Python star John Cleese is scarcely flattering about co-star Michael Palin "The Remain campaign want us to believe that Britain is beaten and broken.
Where he would tell the superconfident Macdonald that he was "a bandy-legged so and so who had better get his finger out", he would put a loving arm round Hibby and give him a fag
The bandy-legged hate-monger ducks into a corner, fishes his Ku Klux Klan robes and pointy hood out of the bag and transforms himself into an imperial wizard.
Paul is usually depicted as short, bandy-legged, and bald with close-knit eyebrows, a broad forehead and a prominent nose; we know he was physically tough but possessed an affable temperament.
Since their debut in 1605, the lanky, bandy-legged figure of Quixote and his contrastingly tubby sidekick Sancho Panza have become a part of international popular culture.
One of them will have a humped back, another will be bandy-legged, a third paralytic.
I still contend that the 80s spawned many a nifty dance move, and that Astley's loose, bandy-legged, finger-clicking groove set the bar for white boys who couldn't dance.