"I'll receive him," said Sir Peter, "with a musical salute," And he gave some imitations of a double-jointed flute.
He had the reputation of being "double-jointed," whatever may be meant by that term.
It used to hurt the Friar to hear some o the double-jointed swear words we used when excited.
And as the paper was black, and looked like iron, the savage creature with the double-jointed tail really thought it was iron.
It raised its right foot in a slow arc, employing a double-jointed, breaking action of its leg.
"And you can't get away from us," said the other chap—the double-jointed tail one.
The creature with the double-jointed tail saw the little red monkey tied fast to the tree with ropes.
"Yes, I must eat you," said the unpleasant creature with the double-jointed tail.
Her friends thought it very brave, they made it clear with double-jointed hip-thrusts and glares.
So away he went, as fast as he could, taking his double-jointed tail with him.
Having unusually flexible joints, especially of the limbs or fingers.