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  • a  having or as if having limbs, especially limbs of a specified kind (usually used in combination)

  • GymnasticsUnited StatesAge: 18 Willowy and long-limbed, Liukin dances across the beam and around the uneven bars.
  • These lithe-limbed warriors live in fortified hilltop villages, lead a somewhat humdrum existence punctuated by occasional raids to cut off their neighbors' heads, which they .
  • Squirts probably don't need any more reasons to envy their longer-limbed neighbors.

  • William Dampier in Pacific Daily News
    Dampier described the Chamorros as "strong-bodied, large-limbed, and well-shaped. They are copper-coloured, like other Indians; their hair is black and long, their eyes meanly proportioned; they have pretty high noses; their lips are pretty full,...
  • Mike Mayock in Boston Globe
    You have to go back and understand that historically they like the long-limbed, 3-4 outside linebackers. Mike Vrabel, those type of guys,Mayock said. "People want to get carried away with Brandon Graham, and I love Brandon Graham, but he's...
  • Daniel Day-Lewis in New York Times
    I used to go to all-night screenings of his movies,Day-Lewis recalled. "I'd stagger out at 5 in the morning, trying to be loose-limbed and mean and taciturn."

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