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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Scientists - who revealed the stunning development in the Journal of Neuro-Engineering and Rehabilitation - also believe it may be possible to send brain waves back from the legs to the brain, so the patient can feel their legs.
Scientists - who revealed the incredible development in the Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation - also believe it may be possible to send brainwaves back from the legs to the brain, so the patient can feel their legs.
Hours later, information technology consultant Mr Richards, aged 36, battling Burkitt's lymphoma, and Mr Singh-Sunner, 35, who was in remission from leukaemia, broke out in sweats despite being freezing cold, could no longer feel their legs and then died.
Scientists - who revealed the stunning development in the Journal of Neuro-Engineering and Rehabilitation - also believe it may be possible to send brainwaves back from the legs to the brain, so the patient can feel their legs.