She has one long leg in the Top 40 charts and another in the land of twangy vowels.
A long foot means a long leg, a tall man, and a long stride.
Then he lifted one long leg over the dash-board and took the seat beside me.
He sat in his rush-bottomed chair, sideways by the deal table, one long leg crossed over the other.
And if he should succeed, it would be scored with a long leg for him.
In the midst of the laugh he stretched out his long leg and dived into his trousers' pocket.
And meantime it will be strange indeed if I cannot make a long leg!
With a fine hook the long leg of the incus is dislocated forwards or backwards from the stapes.
On a high, dead limb stood a heron on one long leg, perfectly motionless.
The time was called derisively, "a long leg and a short one."