Definition of Limberness. Meaning of Limberness. Synonyms of Limberness

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Definition of Limberness

Limberness
Limberness Lim"ber*ness, n. The quality or state of being limber; flexibleness. --Boyle.

Meaning of Limberness from wikipedia

- A limber is a two-wheeled cart designed to support the trail of an artillery piece, or the stock of a field carriage such as a caisson or traveling forge...
- A limber hole is a drain hole through a frame or other structural member of a boat designed to prevent water from ac****ulating against one side of the...
- Jim Limber (also known as Jim Limber Davis, possibly born James Henry Brooks) was an orphaned boy of mixed white and black descent who lived with the family...
- Limber may refer to: Limber, a song off the album Aneurythm by the American hard rock band Living Syndication. Limber, a Puerto Rican frozen ice pop made...
- Limber tail syndrome, or acute caudal myopathy, is a disorder of the muscles in the tail, usually affecting working dogs. It is an injury occurring mostly...
- Pinus flexilis, the limber pine, is a species of pine tree-the family Pinaceae that occurs in the mountains of the Western United States, Mexico, and Canada...
- Flexibility or limberness refers to the anatomical range of movement in a joint or series of joints, and length in muscles that cross the joints to induce...
- A front limber is a gymnastics skill where the gymnast performs a handstand, carries the momentum forward, landing in a bridge, and then pulls their upper...
- Great Limber Priory, Limber Magna was a priory in Great Limber (or Limber Magna), Lincolnshire, England. The manor and church of Great Limber were granted...
- Play media Radio calisthenics (ラジオ体操, rajio taisō, literally, "radio exercises") are warm-up calisthenics performed to music and guidance from radio broadcasts...
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