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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of limber.

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Examples

  • I haven't done much drawing over the last couple of months - it's all been writing - and I think I need to get limbered up a bit before jumping in to a new four-issue story.

    Hulk Pants

  • Booklist said of Berlin's first novel, The Puzzling World of Winston Breen: "Readers ... will surface from this unusual mystery with their hearts pounding and their brains limbered up for more."

    A Very Puzzling Blog Tour

  • Bill Totts did not slouch, but somehow his whole form limbered up and became graceful.

    SOUTH OF THE SLOT

  • I haven't done much drawing over the last couple of months - it's all been writing - and I think I need to get limbered up a bit before jumping in to a new four-issue story.

    Archive 2010-03-01

  • Booklist said of Berlin's first novel, The Puzzling World of Winston Breen: "Readers ... will surface from this unusual mystery with their hearts pounding and their brains limbered up for more."

    Chicken Spaghetti:

  • Bill Totts did not slouch, but somehow his whole form limbered up and became graceful.

    SOUTH OF THE SLOT

  • Even as coalition forces limbered up for their second, immensely bloody assault on Fallujah in 2004, George Bush was co-opting the Iraqi national side as a symbol of hope for his re-election campaign adverts, underscoring that football is not just more important than life and death from white phosphorus, but far more "symbolic" than things such as water and electricity.

    No political gain in Iraqi football – so leave the players well alone

  • I've limbered my jints too long in the land to git caught nappin '.

    CHAPTER 10

  • Peddlers Cross was an easy winner of the Morebattle Hurdle at Kelso as he limbered up for a run in the Champion Hurdle at Cheltenham.

    Peddlers Cross heads for Champion Hurdle at Cheltenham after easy win

  • Charleston doubled to right and came home when Gibson, his muscles limbered from tossing Diz like a rag doll, tagged a tape-measure home run, this one soaring over the same left-field wall that Pirate Bill Mazeroski would make famous twenty-six years later.

    Satch, Dizzy & Rapid Robert

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