limber

[adj] - (used of e.g. personality traits) readily adaptable 2. [adj] - (used of persons` bodies) capable of moving or bending freely 3. [v] - attach the limber, as to a cannon
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Limber

• (n.) Gutters or conduits on each side of the keelson to afford a passage for water to the pump well. • (n.) The detachable fore part of a gun carriage, consisting of two wheels, an axle, and a shaft to which the horses are attached. On top is an ammunition box upon which the cannoneers sit. • (v. t.) To cause to become limber; to m...
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limber

supple adjective (used of e.g. personality traits) readily adaptable; `a supple mind`; `a limber imagination`
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Limber

Lim'ber (lĭm'bẽr) noun [ For limmer , Icelandic limar branches, boughs, plural of lim ; akin to English limb . See Limb a branch.] 1. plural The shafts or thills of a wagon or carriage. [ Prov. Eng.] 2. (Mil.) The detachab...
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Limber

Lim'ber adjective [ Akin to limp , adjective √125. See Limp , adjective ] Easily bent; flexible; pliant; yielding. Milton. « The bargeman that doth row with long and limber oar.» Turbervile.
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Limber

Lim'ber transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Limbered (-bẽrd); present participle & verbal noun Limbering .] (Mil.) To attach to the limber; as, to limber a gun. To limber up , to change a gun c...
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limber

1. The shafts or thills of a wagon or carriage. ... 2. The detachable fore part of a gun carriage, consisting of two wheels, an axle, and a shaft to which the horses are attached. On top is an ammunition box upon which the cannoneers sit. ... 3. Gutters or conduits on each side of the keelson to afford a passage for water to the pump well. ... <...
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LIMBER

A hole or channel that allows water to drain to the lowest point in the hull. Limbers can be through frames, usually at the keel or other longitudinal, can also be cut through longitudinals.
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Limber

A limber is the forward part of a gun carriage to which the towing tractor, truck or formerly horses were attached and from which the gun is detatched (unlinbered) when in action.
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limber

capable of moving or bending freely
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limber

carriage used for transporting artillery pieces
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Limber

Limber is Dorset slang for flaccid.
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Limber

Used to move artillery pieces.
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