limp

Part of speech: verb

To walk lamely.

Part of speech: adjective

Limber; flimsy.

Part of speech: noun

The step of a lame person; a halt.

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Usage examples "limp":

  1. I gave him a limp hand, and had the satisfaction of leaving him thoroughly uncomfortable. - "A Woman Named Smith", Marie Conway Oemler.
  2. They followed him like pet dogs- and when Bud glanced back over his shoulder he saw in the dim light that Smoky walked with a slight limp. - "Cow-Country", B. M. Bower.
  3. Waddles announced and turned to limp back to the cabin. - "The Settling of the Sage", Hal G. Evarts.