He waddled in upon his bow legs, and the two exchanged hearty greetings.
The sight of them bothered, Nolan's bow legs annoyed 125 him.
There they found the jailer by the gate, a kind of giant, six feet high, with bow legs.
He held himself so proudly that it seemed to straighten some of the crook out of his bow legs.
If he is overpersuaded to take "those cute little steps" it may result in bow legs, and then—pity on him when he grows up.
He was about Oliver's age, with a snub nose, bow legs and little sharp eyes.
His bow legs were incased in a pair of linen breeches that desired to pass for white, and were very much wrinkled.
They made even the horse-riding cowboy a good climber, though nothing, Neale averred, would ever straighten Larry's bow legs.
Pasquale was standing in front of his house on the porch, bow legs wide apart and hands crossed behind his back.
It made one wild bolt to get out, but there was nowhere to bolt to except between them bow legs.
bowleg bow·leg (bō'lěg')
A leg having an outward curvature in the region of the knee.