Presently a loose-limbed young man strolled up, and was presented to James.
It was the hare—a big-boned, loose-limbed boy, with dark hair lying flat on a very damp forehead.
Look—see the way she is formed, so lithe, loose-limbed, agile.
There was big, loose-limbed Arizona Moore, a new man in Glenwood, but preceded by his fame.
At the entrance to Torrence a voice hailed him from the doorway, and "Penny" Durkin, wild of hair and loose-limbed, stepped out.
The big, fair man laughed nervously, boisterously filling the whole room with his loose-limbed strength.
Why should I be so familiar with this loose-limbed, head-erect, swaggering type; of course it is the American cow-boy over again.
He is a tall, slender, and loose-limbed man, whose whole appearance bespeaks enthusiasm and energy.
He was big and loose-limbed as far as Carstares could see, and carried himself with an easy grace.
He was a loose-limbed, awkward fellow,” said Ebbo, “less strong than he looked.