oyoqlari uzun, uzun oyoqli
- oyoqlari uzunoyoqli
Adjective(1) (of plants(2) having long legs
(1) Give the plants a light to medium pruning, enough to shape any leggy stems and to encourage bushy growth.(2) If young plants are leggy , pinch off new growth to encourage bushiness.(3) Plants without enough light will be weak and leggy .(4) What he saw was a leggy female surrounded by four guys.(5) She was a tall, leggy blonde with wide lavender eyes, long black eyelashes, and lush, rose lips.(6) She was also holding the reins of a tall leggy coal black Thoroughbred named Helios.(7) The geraniums, grown far too leggy and monstrous to be attractive, were still full of bud, so we consigned them to the bank below the patio.(8) Detective Nolan was a leggy woman in her early thirties, with a broad face.(9) Petunias will take some shade, but the deeper the shade, the fewer the flowers and the more leggy plants will become as they stretch for light.(10) Julian contemplated a moment before throwing a new taunt back at the leggy woman.(11) Tall, leggy herons and the white snowy egrets wait patiently along the tidal creeks for small fish to swim by.(12) There are many different kinds of basil, but all grow rapidly and require frequent pinching back to prevent them from growing tall and leggy .(13) ├ö├ç├┐I have recovered, of course,├ö├ç├û said the leggy model about her disastrous venture into Indian films.(14) Don't buy leggy plants or ones that are overgrown and rootbound.(15) Dwarf varieties produce smaller flowers but their stems are not as leggy .(16) When we met, I was a boisterous, headstrong, tall, leggy blonde.
1. tall-growing ::
baland bo'yli o'sadigan
Different Formslegged, leggy
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