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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjointedjoint‧ed /ˈdʒɔɪntɪd/ adjective  BENDhaving joints and able to move and bend a jointed puppet
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jointedThe group of jointed animals known as arthropods includes scorpions and spiders, and almost all of these are venomous.Such buds containing re-aggregated cells do not develop normally but they can form jointed cartilage elements and sometimes very good-looking digit-like structures.But like all armoured animals they have sacrificed flexibility for security and must now be content with a stiffly jointed existence.However, others appear to be made up in regular jointed sections which do not conform to the natural lines of cleavage.At last she stood naked, her long legs like a jointed wooden doll's, ready for her bath.
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