Definition for limber

adjective as in flexible

Strong matches

elastic, loose, plastic

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If your ideal bacon is more limber or has a bit more chew, you may prefer a different method.

A few overhead presses or arm curls can help keep things limber.

Her prose is often beautiful and lyrical, as well as limber, for she alternates between many modes with surprising ease.

The role eventually went to the limber Brit Andrew Garfield.

The way to fight being brittle—to keep the disease at bay—is to work at being limber.

Then, a long and limber girl with wide eyes and an uncanny resemblance to Rihanna grabs my hand and startles me by speaking.

A few reps of dynamic moves like toy soldiers and step-ups will get you warm and limber.

Watch the brave and limber artist go Cirque-du-Soleil style and dance with some provocative figures.

At present she is throwing her whole weight upon my wrist, which I hope will get limber under it!

He's getting a little stiff in the joints of his good nature, but a good dose of flattery'll limber him up considerable.

"I am Davy to you folks," said the little man as he stamped around to limber up from the long confinement.

Ammunition wagons were going up, and the artillerymen were filling their limber chests.

Here's my daughter run away to be married with the coolest, freshest, limber-tongued young codfish that ever escaped salting.


On this page you'll find 42 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to limber, such as: agile, graceful, lithe, nimble, pliable, and resilient.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.