Bow-legged



outward curvature of the legs causing a separation of the knees when the ankles are close or in contact.
a leg so curved.
Historical Examples

Fifteen Chapters of Autobiography George William Erskine Russell
The Historical Nights Entertainment, Second Series Rafael Sabatini
The American Spirit in Literature, Bliss Perry
The Galaxy Primes Edward Elmer Smith
Bucky O’Connor William MacLeod Raine
Down The River Oliver Optic
The Spectre In The Cart Thomas Nelson Page
Down The River Oliver Optic
A Man for the Ages Irving Bacheller
The Fighting Edge William MacLeod Raine

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