dog-legged
dog-legged dog"-leg`ged, a. (Arch) Noting a flight of stairs, consisting of two or more straight portions connected by a platform (landing) or platforms, and running in opposite directions without an intervening wellhole. [1913 Webster]

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  • dog-legged — /dawg leg id, legd , dog /, adj. bent like the hind leg of a dog; zigzag. Also, dogleg. [1695 1705] * * * …   Universalium

  • dog-legged — /dawg leg id, legd , dog /, adj. bent like the hind leg of a dog; zigzag. Also, dogleg. [1695 1705] …   Useful english dictionary

  • Dog-Legged Staicase — ♦ Staircase going backwards and forwards without a well hole. (Wood, Margaret. The English Medieval House, 411) …   Medieval glossary

  • dog-leg — ˈdog leg [dog leg dog legs dog legged dog legging] noun a sharp bend, especially in a road or on a ↑golf course …   Useful english dictionary

  • dog-leg stair — /dawg leg , dog / a half turn stair, the successive flights of which are immediately side by side and connected by an intervening platform. Also, dog legged stair. [1890 95] * * * …   Universalium

  • dog-leg stair — /dawg leg , dog / a half turn stair, the successive flights of which are immediately side by side and connected by an intervening platform. Also, dog legged stair. [1890 95] …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Dog — For other uses, see Dog (disambiguation). Domestic dog Temporal range: 0.015–0 Ma …   Wikipedia

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