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knock-kneed

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Illness & disability
knock-kneedˌknock-ˈkneed adjective  MIhaving knees that point slightly inwardsbow-legged
Examples from the Corpus
knock-kneedWhoever placed her feet, in their unfashionable lace-up shoes, left one askew, giving her a knock-kneed appearance.He had a curious knock-kneed kind of walk that seemed to send him bumping into things all the time.Records get knocked out in the studio hastily, emerge knock-kneed, spindly, pallid and monochrome.
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