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
References in classic literature ?
Some were thickly set with glittering teeth resembling ivory saws; others were tufted with knots of human hair; and one was sickle-shaped, with a vast handle sweeping round like the segment made in the new-mown grass by a long-armed mower.
He was not above the middle stature, but broad-shouldered, long-armed, and powerfully made, like one accustomed to endure the fatigue of war or of the chase; his face was broad, with large blue eyes, open and frank features, fine teeth, and a well formed head, altogether expressive of that sort of good-humour which often lodges with a sudden and hasty temper.
The normal limit of such a board is ten thousand wires, and will always remain so, unless a race of long-armed giantesses should appear, who would be able to reach over a greater expanse of board.
Ah, look out now at cover- point," adds he, as he sees a long-armed bare-headed, slashing- looking player coming to the wicket.
The spirit of modern hurry was embodied in a thin, long-armed, long-legged man, with a closely clipped gray beard.
He was an ill-favoured, undersized, gruff sailor of fifty, coarsely hairy, short-legged, long-armed, resembling an elderly ape.
Bell is 6-foot-5 and 215 pounds but long-armed, quick and plays tough defense.
Under Howland, UCLA has had success double-teaming big men in the low post, with long-armed power forward Luc Richard Mbah a Moute often providing the double-team.
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.