Definition of clean-limbed in English:

clean-limbed

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adjective

(Of a person) slim and well formed.
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  • For every nine well-integrated, charming, clean-limbed and long-fingered readers holding this newspaper, there's one lone nut explaining to a stranger at a bus stop about the history of its typeface design.
  • His line was that there are people living like parasites in Grub Street while other clean-limbed, honourable fellows are trying to improve the world.
  • Hence our heroes are usually the track stars, those clean-limbed flyers who duel over miles and inches, minutes and seconds.

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