Limber in a sentence as a noun

And as an added benefit, it keeps you nice and limber.

He also does yoga in the cabin to stay limber.

Im sure they'd be able to better find a job if they were nice and limber and smelled nice.

The major downside is that it looks and sounds ridiculous, but it will limber up the muscles in your mouth and face.

Limber in a sentence as a verb

It’s also less of a “jolt”; The slow, steady increase in effect is much more conductive to steady yet limber focus.

PRI[0] + Stott Pilates[1] has been life changing for me because its basically all about getting your psoas muscles strong and limber.

Aside from the pooping benefits, they also keep you limber by forcing you into a deep squat on a regular basis.

Blackberry isn't targeting gays and limber blondes, it's pretending they are already on board so you don't feel like a dork without a touch screen.

Limber in a sentence as an adjective

It was a great way to get over cold Canadian winters, it helped me stay limber even when running 3x a week, and it gave me much needed time for calmness without introspection.

Let's not forget the part where the new thing, with its limber, simpler architecture completely displaces the old klunker, and provides an extensible, easily customized platform to its users.

Stretching post-workout or daily but disconnected from pre-strenuous exercise seems to make you more limber/capable of movements that require more flexibility to safely/correctly do.

Limber definitions


a two-wheeled horse-drawn vehicle used to pull a field gun or caisson


attach the limber; "limber a cannon"


cause to become limber; "The violist limbered her wrists before the concert"


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

See also: supple


(used of artifacts) easily bent


(used of persons' bodies) capable of moving or bending freely

See also: supple