limberness[ lim-ber ]SEE DEFINITION OF limberness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LIMBERNESS
And the limberness has gone out of my fingers as out of my mind.
Grandma Padgett took it in her hands, reduced its length and tried its limberness.
But age had not impaired the brightness of her eyes, nor the limberness of her tongue, nor her shrewd good sense.
Then he recovered and tried to fight, but could do nothing, being a weak cripple, and was literally beaten into limberness.
Students of the human frame say that they never saw such a wealth of looseness and limberness lavished upon one person.