If per chance one of your birds becomes spraddle -legged, fasten a soft cord to one leg at the ankle.
But if spraddle is a term which has never completely gone out of style, squinch is downright popular.
Sand usually doesn't work too well and again you often wind up with spraddle -legged youngsters.
They tumble out of the sky like maple leaves, side-slipping right and left to lose altitude, feet spraddled toward shouts of welcome below.
He's spraddling out the legs of his tripod to get it down to her level.
Before long heads began poking above the water's surface, and eventually big critters with blackish shells and spraddled legs began pulling themselves onto shore.
This lizard's flattened body structure and spraddled gait make this animal perfectly adapted for living in rock piles.
She leans into the turn, finely balanced, feet spraddled and pressing the stirrups.
When he arose, it was noticeable that he stood with legs spraddled over a large grass basket.
None of the men moved to help her or even look at her, and she sat there leaning back on her elbows, legs spraddled , a white gash of thigh exposed up to the black crotch of her underwear.