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leggin

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leggin (plural leggins)

  1. legging
    • 1849, Edwin Bryant, What I Saw in California[1]:
      Dismounting from his horse, he then takes from his leggin the butcher-knife that he always carries with him, and sticks the animal in the throat.
    • 1856, John Esten Cooke, The Last of the Foresters[2]:
      Look at those leggins!
    • 1922, Zane Grey, Tales of lonely trails[3]:
      Between the two of us we choked her hold loose, but she brought Jones' leather leggin in her teeth.

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