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
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feel (or find) your legs

become able to stand or walk.
See also: feel, leg
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References in classic literature ?
Getting their wind, and feeling their legs. Pretty runner, Fleetwood--if you notice Sir?
It was only after feeling their legs, mainly on the back of my soaking neck, was I able to dispatch them with a swift slap.
However, a breakaway could succeed on the stage if the sprinters' teams are feeling their legs after some punishing tests in the first two weeks.
"I thought we tired in the end and some of the players are feeling their legs a bit."