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Lame vs. Limping

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Lameadjective

Unable to walk properly because of a problem with one's feet or legs.

Limpingnoun

The motion of one who limps.

Lameadjective

Moving with pain or difficulty on account of injury, defect or temporary obstruction of a function.

‘a lame leg, arm or muscle’;

Limpingnoun

disability of walking due to crippling of the legs or feet

Lameadjective

(by extension) Hobbling; limping; inefficient; imperfect.

Lameadjective

(slang) Unconvincing or unbelievable.

‘He had a really lame excuse for missing the birthday party.’;

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Lameadjective

(slang) Failing to be cool, funny, interesting or relevant.

‘He kept telling these extremely lame jokes all night.’;

Lameverb

(transitive) To cause (a person or animal) to become lame.

Lamenoun

A stupid or undesirable person.

Lamenoun

A lamina.

Lamenoun

(in the plural) A set of joined overlapping metal plates.

Lameadjective

Moving with pain or difficulty on account of injury, defect, or temporary obstruction of a function; as, a lame leg, arm, or muscle.

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Lameadjective

Hence, hobbling; limping; inefficient; imperfect; as, a lame answer.

‘O, most lame and impotent conclusion!’;

Lameverb

To make lame.

‘If you happen to let child fall and lame it.’;

Lamenoun

someone who doesn't understand what is going on

Lamenoun

a fabric interwoven with threads of metal;

‘she wore a gold lame dress’;

Lameverb

deprive of the use of a limb, especially a leg;

‘The accident has crippled her for life’;

Lameadjective

pathetically lacking in force or effectiveness;

‘a feeble excuse’; ‘a lame argument’;

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Lameadjective

(of horses) disabled in the feet or legs

Lameadjective

disabled in the feet or legs;

‘a crippled soldier’; ‘a game leg’;

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