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Princeton's WordNet

  1. hitch, hobble, limp(adj)

    the uneven manner of walking that results from an injured leg

  2. limp, wilted(adj)

    not firm

    "wilted lettuce"

  3. limp(verb)

    lacking in strength or firmness or resilience

    "gave a limp handshake"; "a limp gesture as if waving away all desire to know" G.K.Chesterton; "a slack grip"

  4. limp, gimp, hobble, hitch(verb)

    walk impeded by some physical limitation or injury

    "The old woman hobbles down to the store every day"

  5. limp(verb)

    proceed slowly or with difficulty

    "the boat limped into the harbor"

Webster Dictionary

  1. Limp(verb)

    to halt; to walk lamely. Also used figuratively

  2. Limp(noun)

    a halt; the act of limping

  3. Limp(noun)

    a scraper for removing poor ore or refuse from the sieve

  4. Limp(adj)

    flaccid; flabby, as flesh

  5. Limp(adj)

    lacking stiffness; flimsy; as, a limp cravat

  6. Origin: [Cf. Icel. limpa limpness, weakness, and E. lap, n., lop, v. t. Cf. Limber, a.]

Freebase

  1. Limp

    A limp is a type of asymmetric abnormality of the gait. Limping may be caused by pain, weakness, neuromuscular imbalance, or a skeletal deformity. The most common underlying cause of a painful limp is physical trauma; however, in the absence of trauma, other serious causes, such as septic arthritis or slipped capital femoral epiphysis, may be present. The diagnostic approach involves ruling out potentially serious causes via the use of X-rays, blood tests, and sometimes joint aspiration. Initial treatment involves pain management. A limp is the presenting problem in about 4% of children who visit hospital emergency departments.

Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

  1. Limp

    limp, adj. wanting stiffness, flexible: weak, flaccid. [According to Skeat, a nasalised form of lip, a weakened form of lap, as seen in Eng. lap, a flap; cf. prov. Ger. lampen, to hang loosely down.]

  2. Limp

    limp, v.i. to halt: to walk lamely—fig. as 'limping verses.'—n. act of limping: a halt.—p.adj. Limp′ing, having the imperfect movement of one who limps.—adv. Limp′ingly. [Prob. conn. with preceding. There is an A.S. adj. lemp-healt, halting.]

Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of LiMP in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of LiMP in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Demetrius Gilmore:

    That was really painful to watch her limp around.

  2. William Ashley:

    Better limp all the way to heaven than not get there at all.

  3. Karen McWatters:

    We held hands and shortly after that her hand went limp in mine, and she never spoke again.

  4. Kim Forrest:

    There’s no clear driver that I can see that is going to ignite growth in the real economy. We continue to limp along.

  5. David Carter:

    We would not be surprised if we limp through to mid-December, it's less than a month away from the Fed decision and I'm not sure anyone wants to put big trades on before that.

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