bare legs

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  • Info Bare legs is the state in which a person does not cover his or her legs with any clothing or leggings in a public space. more...
  • Her bare legs were crossed and her arms were placed by her sides.
  • Even hands were difficult enough to him, at this time; but feet, and bare legs! Cited from Mornings in Florence, by John Ruskin
  • Under the flowers you can only see some bare legs. Cited from Abbe Mouret's Transgression, by Emile Zola
  • This he did, partly to see better, partly to protect his bare legs. Cited from The Human Chord, by Algernon Blackwood
  • Bare legs have gone in and out of fashion many times in different cultures around the world.
  • Her face lighted up, and she turned so suddenly to go that her bare leg showed below her dress. Cited from Main-Travelled Roads, by Hamlin Garland
  • He may often be seen working like the rest, and even walking about with bare legs and bare feet. Cited from China and the Chinese, by Herbert Allen Giles
  • Bare legs and feet she was used to; but bare arms! Cited from Sir Gibbie, by George MacDonald
  • Besides, my architecture was never intended for bare-leg effects. Cited from A Yankee in the Trenches, by R. Derby Holmes
  • She let her bath robe fall down over her bare legs. Cited from Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue at Aunt Lu's City Home, by Laura Lee Hope
  • His bare legs were cold and he drew them alternately up under the blanket. Cited from Poor White, by Sherwood Anderson
  • She could see their bare legs flashing in and out across one of the tunnels. Cited from Triumph of the Egg, by Sherwood Anderson
  • But she only swayed in a little pool of water that collected around her bare legs. Cited from Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue at Christmas Tree Cove, by Laura Lee Hope
  • She lay on her back, with bare legs extended, asleep. Cited from Civilization, by Ellen Newbold La Motte
  • He has bare legs so he can wade about in the grass and not get his clothing wet. Cited from Fifty Famous Fables, by Lida Brown McMurry
  • He drew his bare legs up under him, threw the skin water bag over his head and shoulders and waited. Cited from Virgilia, by Felicia Buttz Clark
  • But at once, sharp as a knife, the wind came against his little chest and bare legs. Cited from At the Back of the North Wind, by Elizabeth Lewis and George MacDonald
  • That tall boy with bare legs, who was walking by his mother's side like a little man, was George. Cited from The Works of Guy de Maupassant, Volume II (of 8), by Guy de Maupassant
  • And all this over bare legs and bare feet. Cited from Modern India, by William Eleroy Curtis
  • She gave me both sides of the argument about bare legs for children versus stockinged legs. Cited from We Three, by Gouverneur Morris
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