long-armed


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Adj.1.long-armed - having relatively long arms
armed - having arms or arms as specified; used especially in combination; "the many-armed goddess Shiva"
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long-armed

[ˈlɒŋˈɑːmd] ADJde brazos largos
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Young, fine-looking, long-armed, big boned physical specimen.
Long-armed women were "consistently considered more attractive".
Bryant floated in a shot over the long-armed forward, then sized up Kirilenko with a series of between the legs dribbles and buried a 20-footer over him.
Verhoest, but the entire cast, led by Christine Redpath as a Swan Queen seemingly recalling a Maryinsky past, Charles Askegard as a bumptious Lion, and Arch Higgins as an agile, long-armed Baboon.
Whether the so-called mimic octopus could impersonate Madonna or President Bush remains unclear, but researchers say the long-armed wonder does a great sea snake and lionfish.
The other alternative is to use some form of long-armed saw and this week I have been putting several different brands to the test.