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Use "limberness" in a sentence
"A man who really reads a book and reads it well, reads it for moral muscle, spiritual skill, for far-sightedness, for catholicity -- above all for a kind of limberness and suppleness, a swift sure strength through his whole being."
"And as long as you're not telling him things, don't tell him that in order to compensate for the strange limberness in the vehicle's body structure, to say nothing of the higher weight and center of gravity, the suspension has been firmed up."
"Now here he is throwing the ball, and you see that although he's 6 feet 4 inches he is able, through limberness, to extend his body to roughly 13 linear feet, enabling him to release the ball nearly halfway to home plate."