[ US /ˈɫɪmpɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /lˈɪmpɪŋ/ ]
  1. disability of walking due to crippling of the legs or feet
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How To Use limping In A Sentence

  • James was bleeding from a large gash on his forehead, while Ryan was limping heavily and his shirt was torn.
  • Herondas too, the author of mimes written in choliambs (‘limping iambics’), a metre typical of the archaic iambist Hipponax, dedicates an apologetic-programmatic poem, Mimiambus 8, to the defence of his poetics.
  • She had twisted her ankle and was limping.
  • They noticed that the Elephant was limping, and then they saw the long blackwood splinter sticking out of his swollen foot.
  • He was limping badly and has a problem with his ankle and his knee. The Sun
  • He appeared to be limping, leaning dependently on a short gnarled cane.
  • The caravan of cars was accompanied by men and women on bicycles and limping along by foot.
  • The song began at another table, and with his limping Greek Michael missed many words: but it was a kind of soaring lament. COUP D'ETAT
  • With the economy just barely limping into the New Year, finding a steady paycheck is harder than ever.
  • The half-time hooter came at the right time for the Rhinos, but the sight of their Great Britain centre Keith Senior limping into the dug-out instead of back on to the pitch added to a sense of apprehension.
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