- n a channel or gutter on either side of a ship's keelson; carries bilge water into the pump well
- n a two-wheeled horse-drawn vehicle used to pull a field gun or caisson
- v attach the limber
- v cause to become limber
- Afterward we play softball while my Uncle Harvey limbers up his lawn chair.
- So when he meets Dulcie, a virgin, and notes her "merry pliant beauty," he limbers up his "brown hairy chest and arms"and then backs away nervously, gone all weak in the .
- Before squaring off on the left side of the plate, he limbers up with a hula-like motion, bat held above his head, hips and shoulders waggling.