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1. Bending or flexing readily; pliable.
2. Capable of moving, bending, or contorting easily; supple.
v. lim·bered, lim·ber·ing, lim·bers
To make limber: limbered up his legs.
To make oneself limber: players limbering up before the game.
A two-wheeled, horse-drawn vehicle used to tow a field gun or a caisson.
[Alteration of Middle English limour, shaft of a cart, perhaps from limon, from Old French.]