feel (one's) legs

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feel (one's) legs

To be able to use one's legs, as by standing or walking. I had a hard time feeling my legs after such a long flight.
See also: feel, leg

feel (or find) your legs

become able to stand or walk.
See also: feel, leg
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She said it came to a point when she couldn't feel her legs and body anymore, prompting a worried Duenas to run up next to her to ask if she wanted to quit right then and there.
She loved her new job but last week her life took a terrible twist and now she fears being paralysed as she is still unable to feel her legs.
Sophie comes round from her op, but can't feel her legs.
She was airlifted from Borders General Hospital to Glasgow after she told doctors she could not feel her legs.
We were able to pull her free from the peat bog but by then she couldn't feel her legs and an ambulance was called.
Anne Chinn said: ``The little girl who was flung out of the back window was complaining that she couldn't feel her legs and the mum, who was also trying to look after the two youngest children who only looked two or three years old, had a broken thumb.
She said: "The patient said that she could still feel her legs and that chloride, used to test whether the anaesthetic is working, was cold.