a route, way, or course that turns at a sharp angle.
verb (used without object)
to proceed around a sharp angle or along an angular or zigzag course:
The road doglegged through the mountains.
a. a sharp bend or angle
b. something with a sharp bend
) to go off at an angle
of or with the shape of a dogleg
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He lives down a narrow dogleg of an alley, off a road rumbling with scooters.
Accuracy is required off the tee to navigate the dogleg and then a deceptive hill up to the hole often leaves players short.
The inside handrail on switchbacks and dogleg ramps shall always be continuous.
Install the pressure-relief valve and the air-and-vacuum valve on top of the upper horizontal section of the dogleg.
Inside handrails on switchback or dogleg ramps shall be continuous between ramp runs.
Extensions are not required for continuous handrails at the inside turn of switchback or dogleg stairs and ramps.
Provide continuous inner handrails between pedestrian ramp runs at dogleg or switchback pedestrian ramps.
It is a dogleg stair with two steps rising to a shallow landing, then continuing along the east wall to the loft above.
The property is relatively narrow and has a dogleg to the right.
Extensions shall not be required for continuous handrails at the inside turn of switchback or dogleg stairs and ramps.