He had his sea-legs, he walked slowly about the deck, not looking at any one, with an air decided and sinister.
I like to try my sea-legs on a stretch of thick carpet, occasionally.
Jasper would find his sea-legs in a fortnight, and a twelvemonth's v'y'ge would make him a man.
Either I've lost my sea-legs or I'm all sea-legs, and nothing else.
After Madeira, when all had found their sea-legs, and the warm weather and smooth ocean appeared, things became very pleasant.
Did any provincial woman ever yet find her sea-legs in Paris?
He survived that storm, and got his sea-legs on before the next one.
Well, get below,” said the doctor; “and the sooner you find your sea-legs the better.
But the recruits had gotten their sea-legs some time before, and none was made seasick.
"Getting his sea-legs," said Old Tim, as he toddled by with a rope in his hand.
To “have one's sea legs” is to be able to walk calmly and steadily on a tossing ship, or to become accustomed to a new or strange situation: “Even though Kimberly just joined the company, she's got her sea legs in a hurry.”