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[leg-uh-muht-n, -uh v-] /ˈlɛg əˈmʌt n, -əv-/

having the triangular shape of a leg of mutton:
leg-of-mutton sail; a dress with leg-of-mutton sleeves.
(modifier) (of a sail, sleeve, etc) tapering sharply or having a triangular profile


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