O-liver had in mind a red-haired woman, raw-boned, with come-hither eyes.
They had a mutual friend, a raw-boned youth she had met at Cambridge.
He was long-armed and raw-boned, and he rather fancied himself in a rough and tumble.
“You have a walk and cool yourself,” suggested the raw-boned lady.
He held my stirrup, and then jumped on to a raw-boned beast which had been 'borrowed' for him by his friends, so he informed me.
They were raw-boned, seedy-looking lads, of from seventeen to twenty-two.
He found a tall, raw-boned man sitting in one of Tom's chairs.
His new clothes fitted him better; he had lost that raw-boned look.
From the group of half a dozen horses which stood before the saloon he selected the best—a tall, raw-boned nag with an ugly head.
I can see him now, rising of six feet-three, as I told you, and long-legged and raw-boned.
rawboned raw·boned (rô'bōnd')
Having a lean, gaunt frame with prominent bones.