lanky

[ lang-kee ]SEE DEFINITION OF lanky

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We fixed upon Pierce to personate the ghost because he was tall and lanky.

The lanky Sucatash looked at him askance, catching the note of sentiment.

At the sight of their visitor's lanky form the child's face brightened.

It's the name of that lanky old store-keeper who is always about the decks.

There was no struggle: the lanky figure showed no maniacal fury.

"You should not say that about—about the lanky boy, Augustin," said she.

He watched the lanky civilian as Lansing puffed jerkily on his cigar.

Lanky and Skinny soon returned from accompanying the procession.

But, behind the back of his lanky partner, he was whimpering softly.

And who is that lanky fellow you brought with you, who is leading on the horses after us?

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