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rangy

a term describing conformation; generally a light frame with long body and legs.
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Degas's preparations for the Little Dancer ranged from an eloquent nude sculpture, more attenuated and rangier than the larger, slightly later, clothed and bewigged version, to a truly dazzling series of drawings of Marie van Goethem both nude and clothed.
Its rangier habit makes it better suited for big gardens as a screen, espalier, or single showoff plant.
While Asperity is bred to be a miler in essence, he is made a little rangier than that to my eye.
I thought the film looked insufficiently gorgeous by the standards of recent Clark productions; the frolicking and marauding youths were rangier and less nubile than, say, Natasha Gregson Wagner and Vincent Kartheiser in the photographer-directors Another Day in Paradise (1998).
Said Wennesberg: "We built those machines because the larger size allows us to produce heavier parts, cast two-on instead of one and produce longer, rangier parts.