noun, plural spin·dle·legs for 2.
Related formsspin·dle-leg·ged [spin-dl-leg-id, -legd] /ˈspɪn dlˌlɛg ɪd, -ˌlɛgd/, adjective
Examples from the Web for spindle-legged
Entertain this spindle-legged, pig-tailed creature who was sucking her thumb in lively embarrassment!The Believing Years|Edmund Lester Pearson
Ford arranged these on a spindle-legged table, and brought forward an old tapestried arm-chair for Katharine.Dorothy and other Italian Stories|Constance Fenimore Woolson
The girls were luxuriant flappers of every hue of polished ebony; the boys were spindle-legged and spry and bullet-headed.The Soul of John Brown|Stephen Graham
It was furnished with the spindle-legged chairs and tables in use in the last century.A Charming Fellow, Volume I (of 3)|Frances Eleanor Trollope
He reached out and touched the spindle-legged table at his side.The Rest Hollow Mystery|Rebecca N. Porter