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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I feel his legs once a week now and someone else feels them every other day and they seem absolutely fine.
Eventually, he regains consciousness, but cannot feel his legs.
NEIGHBOURS (C5) An accident on a bouncy castle leaves Toadie in hospital where he admits he cannot feel his legs.
He says he can't feel his legs, possibly paralysed from the waist down.
VITALTYL Petrov has been released from hospital in Monte Carlo despite a scare when he could not feel his legs following an accident involving Jaime Alguersuari on lap 69 just as the three leaders - Sebastian Vettel, Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button -were poised to lap a gaggle of cars.
GEOFF seems a nice enough lad, but he loses his temper this week - and the rather drastic result of a hard rugby tackle is that rival Lachie can't feel his legs.
With the year he's had you feel his legs are going to get fatigued at some stage.
I didn't want to get myself into a position where I was having to feel his legs ten times a day, and maybe this is the season to take off.
Keith said: "After the accident my brother told me he could not feel his legs and he was starting to lose the sensation in his legs.
He said he couldn't feel his legs,'' Getzelman related.
But it's no laughing matter - he is taken to hospital where he admits he cannot feel his legs.
I thought he was dead but I spoke to him and he said he couldn't feel his legs.
He said he couldn't feel his legs so you start to think about a neck injury.
The inquest heard that Mr Welsh had told fellow workers that he could not feel his legs as he lay in the 20ft-deep pit.