Either we will gloriously take them, or they will limber up and scamper after Jackson.
Seeing the day was lost, we were ordered to limber up and leave.
When I yelled at him he did limber up and get in a shot or two.
Gordon, get your coat off and limber up, commanded Professor Beck.
But the odor affected him so strongly that he had to get up to limber up his muscles.
"I believe I'll get out and limber up a little," I said, rising from my seat.
You will limber up your two guns, and haul them down to the boathouse.
Then it's "limber up" and forward, and their attention is paid to another little range further on.
A snake who had lain torpid all winter in his hole took advantage of the first warm day to limber up for the spring campaign.
Jim, Jim, whyn't you limber up, boy; hunch yo'se'f up on dat hoss lak you belonged to him and knowed you was dah.