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gangly

adjective gan·gly \ˈgaŋ-glē\

: tall, thin, and awkward

: long and thin

gan·gli·ergan·gli·est

Full Definition of GANGLY

:  gangling

Examples of GANGLY

  1. <a gangly teenager who was born to play varsity basketball>

First Known Use of GANGLY

1872

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