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.
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feel (or find) your legs

become able to stand or walk.
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If you struggle to stay active or suffer from poorer circulation, your leg muscles are less efficient at returning the blood, causing tired, aching, heavy feeling legs, or swollen feet and ankles.
Win lose or draw with Istabraq, O'Brien will be back home feeling legs and supervising evening stables by the time the hero of the Stakis Hurdle Final vacates the winner's enclosure tonight.
When Ruby Walsh remounted Kauto Star on the occasion that's put forward as the highest-profile example, did he go round feeling legs until he was satisfied there was no damage that might be worsened by continuing on his merry way.