A rangy, gangly, Scandinavian youth of a sailor, droop-shouldered, six feet six and slender as a lath, with pallid eyes of palest blue and skin and hair attuned to the same colour scheme, joined Kwaque in his work.
She was gangly and wild and walked with her wrists turned inside out...
2007, Oswald J. Schmitz, Ecology and Ecosystem Conservation, page 34:
Individuals of this rabbit species tend to be very large (about the size of a beagle dog); they have long ears and long, gangly legs and a very thin fur coats.
2011 October 15, Owen Phillips, “Stoke 2 - 0 Fulham”, in BBC Sport:
[Peter Crouch] The gangly striker played a one-two with Jermaine Pennant as the winger cut in from the right, and although Pennant easily jinked past centre-half Brede Hangeland, he shot narrowly wide of the far post.