long-legged

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long-legged (comparative more long-legged, superlative most long-legged)

  1. Having long legs.


  1. 2 Aircraft or ship having large operational range.

"The pilots were flying planes that were not only light and highly maneuverable; they were extremely long legged, able to cover a greater distance than their American counterparts."

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