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rangy

Syllabification: rang·y
Pronunciation: /ˈrānjē
 
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Definition of rangy in English:

adjective (rangier, rangiest)

1(Of a person or animal) tall and slim with long, slender limbs.
Example sentences
  • The dark, rangy man behind the table stared the slender figure before him up and down.
  • Murphy, another rangy actor, with big doughy eyes, is every bit the soft centre in a hard shell.
  • Windross is a tall, rangy player, who showed some neat touches and whose confidence grew in the second half.
Synonyms
2(Of land) having a large, open range: the rangy, hard, scruffy frontier

Words that rhyme with rangy

mangy

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