leggy

Leggy - What does it mean?

leggy | |

Leggo vs Leggy - What's the difference?

leggo | leggy |


As a contraction leggo

is (slang) contraction of let go to cease to hold generally used in the imperative.

As an adjective leggy is

(uk|us) having long legs; long-legged.

Leggy vs Ledgy - What's the difference?

leggy | ledgy |


As adjectives the difference between leggy and ledgy

is that leggy is (uk|us) having long legs; long-legged while ledgy is abounding in ledges; consisting of a ledge or reef.

Leggy vs Eggy - What's the difference?

leggy | eggy |


As adjectives the difference between leggy and eggy

is that leggy is (uk|us) having long legs; long-legged while eggy is covered with or dipped in egg.

Leggy vs Laggy - What's the difference?

leggy | laggy |


As adjectives the difference between leggy and laggy

is that leggy is (uk|us) having long legs; long-legged while laggy is having a delayed response to a change in the factors influencing it.

Leggy vs Leggily - What's the difference?

leggy | leggily |


As an adjective leggy

is (uk|us) having long legs; long-legged.

As an adverb leggily is

in a leggy manner.

Deserving vs Leggy - What's the difference?

deserving | leggy |


As adjectives the difference between deserving and leggy

is that deserving is worthy of reward or praise; meritorious while leggy is (uk|us) having long legs; long-legged.

As a noun deserving

is desert, merit.

As a verb deserving

is .

Leggy vs Cuvry - What's the difference?

leggy | cuvry |

What is the difference between leggy and leg?

leggy | leg |

Leggy is a derived term of leg.


As a adjective leggy

is (uk|us) having long legs; long-legged.

As a noun leg is

the lower limb of a human being or animal that extends from the groin to the ankle.

As a verb leg is

to put a series of three or more options strikes into the stock market.