limber


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Synonyms for limber

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a two-wheeled horse-drawn vehicle used to pull a field gun or caisson

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attach the limber

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cause to become limber

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(used of e.g. personality traits) readily adaptable

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(used of artifacts) easily bent

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(used of persons' bodies) capable of moving or bending freely

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These mycorrhizal fungi are specific to five-needled pines, including whitebark and limber pines.
Limber Hill won three of his five races, including a Irpounds 500 Newbridge contest in 29.
Limber will remain as a member of the board and will continue to serve as an executive director of the corporation to assist in recruiting a new CEO and ensure a smooth transition.
Through its use of cutting edge materials and engineering techniques, Limber is developing a new class of high-tech orthopedic devices that will significantly improve orthopedic surgery.
Lanky and limber Richard Katz is a kind of human puppet capable of all sorts of movements, contortions and gyrations.
Limber is particularly adept in guiding companies up to and through commercialization, having managed the worldwide launch of a variety of major pharmaceutical products.
There are interludes of incomprehensible dancing--a duet and a trio in front of the bleacher crowd, and a solo by a limber young lady on a movable tower.
Game development is a fluid environment, where production processes often will change from project to project within the same shop," said Michael Limber, partner and chief creative officer of Angel Studios, one of the first developers for the Sony PlayStation 2 platform.
STRETCH THAT BODY: One way to reduce stress and stay limber is to incorporate stretching into your daily routine, according to kinesiology experts at California State University, Northridge.
l Limber up - you need to be supple to pull off all those trademark shuffles and crouches.
More fascinating is Halka Tresnakova's remarkable etude for her extravagantly limber, seemingly disembodied tongue.
Roeper faults Madonna's "The Next Best Thing" as "a smug and preachy film" in which the pop star "plays a limber yoga instructor -- quite a feat for such a wooden actress.
As the annual show came to a close Sunday, thousands who attended learned to keep necks limber and eyes in motion, one minute admiring grounded vintage aircraft, the next staring toward the sky to view a thunderous F-18E Super Hornet roar alongside a vintage Corsair.
And the Quartz Hill High girls' soccer team has a limber force at goalkeeper that will make it difficult for opposing teams to expose a veteran defensive unit.