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limber
used in Where the Red Fern Grows

4 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
  • He just lay there in the sunshine, all stretched out and limber as a rag.
    Chapter 8 (8% in)
limber = flexible (capable of moving, bending, and stretching easily)
  • "If I know anything about swinging an ax, it won't be long before he's as limber as a rag.
    Chapter 9 (49% in)
  • As Papa had said, in a little while the warm heat from the hard work limbered me up.
    Chapter 9 (65% in)
  • After it was trimmed and the limber end cut off, I hung the lantern by the handle on the end of it and started easing it out on the ice.
    Chapter 11 (46% in)

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