having slender, well-proportioned arms and legs: a clean-limbed athlete.
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How to use clean-limbed in a sentence
Now and then our crew of clean-limbed Tonga boys rested on their oars, with timid, limpid gaze turned askance.Where the Pavement Ends | John Russell
The slimness of his waist was filled in so well that he looked no more than a well-grown, clean-limbed stripling of twenty.Joan of the Sword Hand | S(amuel) R(utherford) Crockett
On the whole he was a very pleasant, agreeable-looking young man, tall and broad-shouldered, clean-limbed and athletic-looking.The Carter Girls' Week-End Camp | Nell Speed
The natives of the Darling are a clean-limbed, well-conditioned race, generally speaking.
But away outside the clearing was that little army of Hausas, clean-limbed, faithful, well drilled and armed.A Millionaire of Yesterday | E. Phillips Oppenheim
British Dictionary definitions for clean-limbed
having well-proportioned limbs
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