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Example Sentences for "limp"

The old man had a bad limp as a result of a wound received in the warThe cat is limping; I think it hurt its paw in a fight.

The old man had a bad limp as a result of a wound received in the war.

The battleship limped into port after being badly damaged by a torpedo.

He was limping badly because of a knee injury, and had to cancel his tennis game.

The company has been limping along for months, waiting for the market to improve.

He has a very limp handshake, which gives an impression of weakness and indecisiveness.

Spiffo shampoo will take limp, lifeless hair, and make it shiny and beautiful.

The flag hung limply in the still summer air.

There is a silly stereotype of a gay as a man with a limp wrist, and a slight lisp.

The monster carried the limp body of the dead girl up to the castle.

He was lying in bed in a fever, his body limp and wet.

The player crashed into the boards, hitting his head against the ice, and immediately went limp.

There is an Italian proverb which suggests that the person who lives with cripples will soon learn to limp.

Stanislaw Lec once noted that he who limps is still walking.

The car just barely limped into the service station before running completely out of gas.

Gabriel Garcia Marquez wrote, Justice. . . limps along, but it gets there all the same.

The injured driver limped from the wreckage of his car.


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