gangling

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adjective gan·gling \ˈgaŋ-gliŋ, -glən\

Definition of gangling

  1. :  loosely and awkwardly built :  lanky

Examples of gangling in a Sentence

  1. the riders at the barn just loved the gangling newborn colt

Origin and Etymology of gangling

perhaps from 1gang + -le, iterative verb suffix + 3-ing



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