One was a red-headed giant; the other short, dark, and bow-legged.
He was a short, thick-set, bow-legged man, inclining to corpulence.
He was a dark, short, bow-legged boy, with the face of his own Roderick Usher.
I'll let her work up a full head of steam, then smack her bow-legged.
He took a place beside the bow-legged vaquero with the yellow bandanna knotted loosely round his throat.
Sim was a great, stout, bow-legged fellow, as good-natured as the day was long.
He was a vicious-looking fellow, broad-shouldered and bow-legged, with a swagger in his gait.
My bow-legged friend and fellow-laborer was the most willing boy in the world.
The hairy, dusty, bow-legged, threadbare peddler had been touched by some miraculous hand.
“Once more,” retorted the bow-legged puncher, shoving in chips.
bowleg bow·leg (bō'lěg')
A leg having an outward curvature in the region of the knee.