Definition of Limbless. Meaning of Limbless. Synonyms of Limbless

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Definition of Limbless

Limbless
Limbless Limb"less (l[i^]m"l[e^]s), a. Destitute of limbs.

Meaning of Limbless from wikipedia

- for the family Pygopodidae, but often refers to other groups, such as limbless anguids, depending on the region of the world.[citation needed] These lizards...
- Though Limbless, London Life Magazine, September, 1926 Limbless People I Have Met, London Life Magazine, February, 1929 Amazing Account Of A Limbless Beauty...
- locomotion found among terrestrial animals LeggedMoving by using appendages Limbless locomotionmoving without legs, primarily using the body itself as a...
- Many vertebrates have evolved limbless or limb-reduced forms. Reptiles have on a number of occasions evolved into limbless forms - snakes, amphisbaenia...
- The Limbless ****ociation is a charitable organization in the United Kingdom set up to help those with limb loss, and ****ist their families and carers....
- The limbless skink (Ophiomorus punctatissimus) is a species of skink, a lizard in the Scincidae family. It is found in Greece and Turkey. Its natural habitats...
- Dororo (どろろ) during the Sengoku period. The rōnin was born malformed, limbless and without facial features or internal organs. This was the result of...
- required to draw the Venus of Milo during a drawing cl****, he produced the limbless, naked torso of a Flemish peasant woman. Siberdt regarded this as defiance...
- – Part 1". Retrieved 4 October 2016. Riley, Jennifer (30 March 2008). "Limbless Evangelist Preaches Joy in Christ". Christian Post Reporter. Archived from...
- scattering of sights and sounds--above all, by the recitations of the limbless man, which thrum with genuine yearning. He is beautifully pla****, with...
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