double-jointed


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double-jointed

having unusually flexible joints permitting an abnormal degree of motion of the parts
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And there's plenty more to savour including Davy Jones' mask, a seemingly double-jointed Puss (Danielle Richards) and a fight sequence which swaps solid swords for tripping the Star Wars' light fantastic.
Aside from the sheer amount of space, the Varioflex seating system is as flexible as a double-jointed contortionist.
I'm double-jointed and very flexible, but one of the downsides of that is that things move about a lot more than they should.
The Rokviss consists of a small double-jointed manipulator arm, an illumination system and a power supply.
My back and hips are double-jointed and I can vibrate my eyes and move my ears.
The seats are so low down, you need to be a double-jointed gymnast to get into the car.
The seats are so low down you need to be a double-jointed gymnast to get into the car.
Martin Neely is splendid as Norman, the sexual loose cannon -Mr Neely would also appear to be double-jointed which no doubt is part of the character.
Chorians are from a planet that has Sirius A as its sun, and are human-like with two noses, two mouths, and two double-jointed ears.
The first model in the series is the Viper AS 212, whose double-jointed arm combines the "y" (vertical) and "z" (traverse) axes into one.
Dropping a catch here, making a double-jointed save from Poyet there.
Getting the ignition key into its base is as fiddly as would drive you mad and requires the deft hands and fingers of the double-jointed to make the connection.