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  • EN [ 'lɪmpɪŋ]
  • US [ 'lɪmpɪŋ]

English definition


  • 1. disability of walking due to crippling of the legs or feet

Example sentences

  • The young surgeon lifted up the limping General, and offered to conduct him to his home.

  • Turiaf was fine, but Crittenton came up holding his knee and limping.

  • The prince nodded, limping slowly into the corridor mouth.

  • A stone in his shoe accounts for why he was limping.

  • As they ran into the woods , she followed, limping.

  • He was limping as badly as ever when I last saw him.

  • Tom was limping as badly as ever when I last saw him.

  • Such a limping bag of bones as she was!

  • All limping, all covered in bandages and grime, but alive.

  • Once I had a game leg, and then I went limping.

  • And when they did, they found themselves limping away with a loss.

  • Limping also leads to people playing less than optimal hands.

  • Finally, Old Xu came out, limping. He seemed to be in pain.

  • The limping shrimp impulsively implemented the compulsory duty.

  • That dog must be hurt he's limping.

Meaning of limping

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