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lim•ber



Pronunciation: (lim'bur), [key]
adj.
1. characterized by ease in bending the body; supple; lithe.
2. bending readily; flexible; pliant.

v.i.
to make oneself limber (usually fol. by up): to limber up before the game.

v.t.
to make (something) limber (usually fol. by up): She tried to limber up her wits before the exam.

lim•ber



Pronunciation: (lim'bur), [key] Mil.

n.
a two-wheeled vehicle, originally pulled by four or six horses, behind which is towed a field gun or caisson.

v.t.
to attach the limber to (a gun) in preparation for moving away (sometimes fol. by up).

v.i.
to attach a limber to a gun (usually fol. by up).

lim•ber



Pronunciation: (lim'bur), [key]
n.
Usually, limbers. Naut.a passage or gutter in which seepage collects to be pumped away, located on each side of a central keelson; bilge.

Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Copyright © 1997, by Random House, Inc., on Infoplease.

limbedlimber hole
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