Definition of limbed
: having limbs especially of a specified kind or number —usually used in combination strong-limbed
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How fitting, then, that Ryan Reynolds has the same loose-limbed charm as Carey Grant and Jimmy Stewart.
The soul of silent film is comedy—the knockabout, loose-limbed antics of vaudevillians who sacrificed speech and song to the movies’ technical wonders and expressive intimacy.
The Warriors most often play with a loose-limbed intelligence and joy, channeling the jazz of America’s beautiful game.
Despite the video's boxy, stiff-limbed characters – an artifact of the limited computing power of the day –
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