Definition of 'loose-limbed'
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Times, Sunday Times (2013) The Railway Children (1906)
The fêted Worcester quartet's latest is a triumph of loose-limbed chutzpah: breezy, funky rock'n'roll to brighten the shortening days.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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