- leniglimberedsoepel makinglimbernesspelt
Noun(1) a two-wheeled horse-drawn vehicle used to pull a field gun or caisson
Verb(1) attach the limber(2) cause to become limber
Adjective(1) (used of e.g. personality traits(2) (used of artifacts(3) (used of persons' bodies
(1) Since pregnant women may feel more limber , they often over-stretch and injure themselves.(2) Her body was limber , lithe with the grace of a cat or that of a ballet dancer, hinting at carefully controlled strength.(3) Stretch enough to get limber before squatting, but don't over-stretch as this actually weakens your muscles.(4) It will not only help you develop a more lithe and limber body, it will improve your strength training as well.(5) Putting them last ensures that I'm thoroughly warmed up and stretched out and will be limber enough to work my abs through a full range of motion with intensity and good form.(6) He's very limber and agile and would have a few good moves to pull out on Superman.(7) Fire up the old grill, do a few twelve-ounce elbow bends to stay limber and just kick back.(8) They are required to carry out a series of manoeuvres with the 1.5 tonne gun and limber , including changing wheels, moving around a track and firing two salvoes of three shells each.(9) Stretching and keeping your body flexible and limber is so important especially as we age so when we reach for something we don't pull our back out or pull a muscle.(10) She rested comfortably in the lotus position (no trick, given her extraordinarily limber body) and seemed to be quite preoccupied.(11) We shuffled back and forth in the tracks for a few minutes, trying to stay limber , until the Norwegian ambassador to Canada sounded the ceremonial horn and we took off.(12) The woman was incredibly limber and evasive, weaving through everything like she was made out of rubber and not flesh.(13) With limber agility, she propelled herself into the air, in a graceful back flip.(14) You want to wind up with a sidearm sweep and lob the assemblage far across the open water, and this is best done with the long, limber stick.(15) I've never been the real limber type, nor much of a stretcher.(16) Luchey is quicker and more limber than Henderson, and he could be a more complete player if he gets his act together.
(1) limber up :: soepel maak
1. lithe ::
2. supple ::
3. nimble ::
4. lissome ::
5. flexible ::
6. fit ::
7. agile ::
9. loose-jointed ::
10. loose-limbed ::
11. limber up ::
Different Formslimber, limbered, limbering, limberness, limbers, unlimber, unlimbered, unlimbering, unlimbers
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