Similar words: limb, break in, symbol, timber, break into, symbolic, limber up, flamboyant. Meaning: [ə'kɪmbəʊ] adj. (used of arms and legs) bent outward with the joint away from the body. adv. with hands on hips and elbows extending outward.
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1, He stood, arms akimbo, refusing to move.
2, She stood, arms akimbo, looking around.
3, She stood looking at him with arms akimbo.
4, Arms akimbo,[http://sentencedict.com/akimbo.html] she made herself ready for battle.
5, He holds his left arm akimbo, hand on hip.
6, Anatole stood arms akimbo, challenging me.
7, That's Aunt Bedelia with her arms akimbo again.
8, He stood, arms akimbo, looking around in the musty gloom.
9, He stands with arms akimbo.
10, Put your elbows slightly forward with arms akimbo.
11, He is sitting with legs akimBo.
12, As follows: legs open, shoulder width, arms akimbo.
13, Children standing akimbo by the fence.
14, Children standing arms akimbo.
15, She stood with arms akimbo while she gave the mistress a piece of her mind.
16, The mistress stood with arms akimbo while she talked to her new servant.
17, Aunt Bedelia stood at the gate with her arms akimbo, then Otley and Elinor joined her.
18, It was accompanied by a photograph of Blufton standing - arms akimbo - in front of a grey smudge of masonry.
19, I half wanted him to fall, legs and arms akimbo, flowers drifting down after him.
20, Meanwhile, a silhouetted figure floats in the distance, arms akimbo.
21, A couple of weeks later the male chorus danced straight into him, elbows akimbo, and cracked his ribs.
22, The doors opened. A lieutenant commander stood with arms akimbo waiting for him, a woman barely a meter and a quarter with a gray widow's peak.
23, He stood in front of the shop with arms akimbo.
24, The basket being large and heavy, Car had placed it for convenience of porterage on the top of her head, where it rode on in jeopardized balance as she walked with arms akimbo.
More similar words: limb, break in, symbol, timber, break into, symbolic, limber up, flamboyant.