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limber
used in Gone with the Wind

3 uses
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Definition
of a person's body:  flexible (capable of moving, bending, and stretching easily)

or:

readily adaptable — especially of someone's mind
  • Then, as the last cannon and limber chest came groaning and splashing up, she saw him, slender, erect, his long silver hair wet upon his neck, riding easily upon a little strawberry mare that picked her way as daintily through the mud holes as a lady in a satin dress.
    3.18 (17% in)
  • We're mighty limber when a hard wind's blowing, because we know it pays to be limber.
    4.40 (83% in)
  • We're mighty limber when a hard wind's blowing, because we know it pays to be limber.
    4.40 (83% in)

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