peg-leg
Noun

peg-leg

  1. A wooden leg, usually tapered, strapped onto the stump of an amputated leg.
Verb

peg-leg

  1. To limp or hobble (having or imitating having a wooden leg)
  2. (geology) To appear or detect in a discontinuous fashion.



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