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long-limbed Line breaks: long-limbed

Definition of long-limbed in English:

adjective

Tall with long legs and arms: a beautiful long-limbed dancer
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  • The seats are amazingly comfortable, with plenty of legroom, even for a fairly long-limbed individual like myself.
  • In the rain forests of Southeast Asia live the most agile of all mammals: the slender, long-limbed gibbons.
  • Zhu Yan, an exquisite long-limbed dancer in her mid-twenties, movingly danced the heroine.

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