Definition of Sharp-limbed
1. Adjective. Having sharp limbs.
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Literary usage of Sharp-limbed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Pittsburgh and Allegheny in the Centennial Year by George Henry Thurston (1876)
"... In shape of sawyer huge or jagged sharp limbed snag. When night her wings of slumber brooding, stretches Calm o'er thy tenantry of anxious life, ..."
2. The Life of Mary Russell Mitford by Mary Russell Mitford (1870)
"... some thick and some stunted like pin-cushions; others pointed, and angular, and sharp-limbed, as it were, like scissors; the dauphin a little, round, ..."