adjective, leg·gi·er, leg·gi·est.
Examples from the Web for leggy
Producers, he says, like to pan out from the glass-topped anchor desks to get a shot of the leggy correspondents.Joe Muto, ‘the Fox Mole,’ on His New Book, ‘An Atheist in the Foxhole’|David Freedlander|June 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He may launch a television or radio talk show, with his lovely, leggy young wife as co-host.What Sank Dennis Kucinich in Ohio Democratic Primary vs. Marcy Kaptur|Mansfield Frazier, Larry Durstin|March 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
By the time she was a leggy teen, Frosted was spending every spare moment at "the flickers."
Among her other assets, McCaughey has the leggy blonde Ann Coulter-looks that producers like in their right wingers.
It should be moderately pruned each year, and when it attains to a leggy appearance cut hard back.Trees and Shrubs for English Gardens|Ernest Thomas Cook
When I saw you last, you were awkward and leggy, like a colt.The Valley of the Giants|Peter B. Kyne
The Cape or fat-tailed sheep is a leggy, active animal, with a hairy skin, bred solely for the butcher.
Out flashed the rough-coated hill steer, wild and fleet as a hare, thin and leggy, with muscles of whipcord.Wyoming, a Story of the Outdoor West|William MacLeod Raine
Occasionally some leggy steer, tail up and feet pounding, would make a dash to break the cordon.Mavericks|William MacLeod Raine