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  • s  loosely articulated or constructed
    a loose-jointed paragraph

  • But the principal light-and-power supply of the show is a loose-jointed, lemur-eyed young lady named Leland Palmer, who as Viola shows that she can mug a laugh out of thin air .
  • An oldster now, Soto's wit is not so sharp as it used to be, and he has been supplanted in favor by a thin, big-eyed, loose-jointed youngster of 28, who was christened Mario Moreno .
  • Around the column is thrown the screen like a loose-jointed necklace, the beads lunging to port or starboard and then snapping back .

  • Shane Black in MSNBC
    Growing up, I loved those fast-talking, loose-jointed, shambling-rhythm, chain-smoking, womanizing kind of guys,said Black, a screenwriting prodigy in his early 20s with "Lethal Weapon," now making his directing debut. "On the other side,...

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