- Also leg·gin [leg-in]. /ˈlɛg ɪn/.
- legginged, adjective
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How to use legging in a sentence
Dancers wear leotards and leggings for ease of movement, but also to observe subtleties in form as they move.Beginner-friendly golf balls that will help you fall in love with the game | PopSci Commerce Team | February 5, 2021 | Popular-Science
For years, the company has been adding more stretch to its jeans so they could better compete on comfort with items like leggings and yoga pants.
The tops range from $75 to $120, depending on your preferred style, and you can pick up a pair of leggings to match.
The brand’s Edge leggings are formfitting but don’t feel tight or restrictive, with a front key pocket inside the soft waistband and a power-mesh panel around the waist for extra support.
She also loves the longer cut, which goes with everything from leggings to jeans.
He drew up the legging and examined the part that covered the spot in the ankle which had received the blow.Two Boys in Wyoming | Edward S. Ellis
Chilkat—Men: Blanket or bark mat robe, shirt-coat (rare), legging-moccasins, basket hat.The Myths of the North American Indians | Lewis Spence
Mackenzie and Yukon—Men: Shirt-coat, legging-moccasins, breech-cloth, hat and hood.The Myths of the North American Indians | Lewis Spence
But his guardian had heard him and the black upon his leg was as warm as though it were his moccasin and legging that he wore.Fairy Tales from Many Lands | Katherine Pyle
A dozen hands dragged the warrior from the fire and stamped out a blaze that had started in the fringe of one legging.The Road to Frontenac | Samuel Merwin