The underdog franchise, then only five years old, was led by a bowlegged castoff named Johnny Unitas at quarterback.
The grizzled, bowlegged cook ambled cheerfully into the laboratory, pushing a lunch cart.
He was a heavy-set, slouchy man in jeans, broad-shouldered and bowlegged.
A paunchy, bowlegged figure, topped by a white Texas sombrero, was coming straight toward them.
He was glad to feel Lonny's bowlegged grip against his ribs again.
Gowan started for the corral, the slight waddle of his bowlegged gait rather more pronounced than usual.
The others swerved in beside him, the bowlegged young puncher on the right with his hand at his hip.
Even a tin-horn gambler, a crooked cheat, would give me more show for my money than you have, you bowlegged coyotes!
The informant was a short, thick-set, bowlegged man, with features that had cunning stamped indelibly on every line.
In addition, he was bowlegged as a greyhound, and just now he moved with a limp as though very footsore.
bowleg bow·leg (bō'lěg')
A leg having an outward curvature in the region of the knee.