rangy[ reyn-jee ]SEE DEFINITION OF rangy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RANGY
Then he turned to a lean rider who bestrode a tall, rangy horse.
Smuts is essentially an out-of-doors person and his body is wiry and rangy.
In all there were fourteen of these cats—swift and rangy performers, all of them.
A man was coming down from the north, lickety-split on a roan with a rangy stride.
That fat part was something of a joke, for she would always be lean and rangy.
Larry, a rangy, hawk-faced youngster, eyed his brother insolently.
Six were huskies, rangy, muscular animals with thick, dense coats.
He was a powerful, rangy bay, and not winded by his run and his swim.
"All right, Mason," and Grant came into view on a rangy sorrel.
Hector ducked in through the doorway and plopped his rangy frame on the office's couch.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR RANGY
- all skin and bones
- thin as a rail