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loose-limbed

[ loos-limd ]
/ ˈlusˈlɪmd /
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adjective
having supple arms and legs: a loose-limbed athlete.
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Origin of loose-limbed

First recorded in 1815–25
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British Dictionary definitions for loose-limbed

loose-limbed

adjective
(of a person) having supple limbs
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