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dog·leg / ˈdôgˌleg/ • n. a thing that bends sharply, in particular a sharp bend in a road or route. ∎  Golf a hole at which the player cannot aim directly at the green from the tee. • adj. (also dog-legged) bent like a dog's hind leg: the surf splashes over the dogleg concrete jetty. • v. (-legged, -leg·ging) [intr.] follow a sharply bending route: Highway 60 now doglegs northwest toward Frankfort.

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