When we were in high school, Bruno was this rangy farm boy and I was certainly not going to have anything to do with that!
A 30-yard free kick resulted and the rangy Brazilian, his hair a beehive of curls, cannoned the ball into the Colombian net.
The hot-air system works better with compact square houses than with long, "rangy" structures.
Then he turned to a lean rider who bestrode a tall, rangy horse.
The moment the blue squad, greeted by a roar, trotted on the field, he recognized Lambert Planter's rangy figure.
Six were huskies, rangy, muscular animals with thick, dense coats.
He was a powerful, rangy bay, and not winded by his run and his swim.
Hector ducked in through the doorway and plopped his rangy frame on the office's couch.
The rangy figures of Aquilonian pikemen and forest runners mingled with the shorter, stockier forms of Bossonian archers.
The overdue hair on the back of his rangy neck stood up in attention.
"having a long, slender form" (as an animal suited to ranging), 1845, from range (v.) + -y (2). Also "adapted for ranging" (1868). Of landscapes, "hilly," 1862, Australian English. Related: Ranginess.
As a rule, we hold that the Jersey should be "growthy," deep-flanked, and loose-jointed, and should have, generally, the characteristics which farmers know as "rangy." ["American Agriculturalist," November 1876]