もたつく, ぐにゃぐにゃ, ふにゃふにゃ, たどたどしい, 柔らかい, 軟らかい, やりこい, 足をひきずる
Noun(1) the uneven manner of walking that results from an injured leg
Verb(1) walk impeded by some physical limitation or injury(2) proceed slowly or with difficulty
Adjective(1) without energy or will(2) lacking or having lost rigidity
(1) Ideally, these steaks should arrive as hard and dense as diamonds; drop them on your foot and you'll limp for a week.(2) He wanted her limp body curled around a soft teddy bear now.(3) Then he went limp , his hand slacked and his head sunk back.(4) Too tired to argue, I hung like a limp rag doll to his arm as he half carried me effortlessly through a maze of corridors.(5) Later, at the Croatia team base further down the mountain, she shuffles up the stairs ahead of me with a pronounced limp .(6) If your entire body is achy, tired, and limp , you need to replenish your energies.(7) A limp may develop, with associated stiffness.(8) I was pretty damn sure I had turned completely white; I felt stiff, limp , and heavy all at once.(9) Earlier injuries would be crucial in identifying Uday, who was hit by 17 bullets in an assassination attempt in 1996 that left him with a limp .(10) Like a limp handshake, this beer lacked substance and character; however our pack on the next table seemed to be drinking it easily enough!(11) The girl's brown eyes looked coolly at her, taking Manda's hand in a limp handshake.(12) It was much larger than it had first appeared, and had dark red and blue feathers covering its limp body.(13) Janet's memories of her father are all of a man with a limp .(14) A woman in her mid-fifties stood on a ladder organizing books on a top shelf, her stiff, dark hair long since made limp by the humidity.(15) She had no energy left to direct Hawk and sat there limp and lifeless as a rag doll.(16) The limp can be related to an injury or sometimes may occur for no apparent reason.
(1) to limp :: ぐったりします
1. soft ::
2. tired ::
5. hobble ::
6. hobble ::
1. stride ::
Different Formslimp, limped, limper, limpest, limping, limply, limpness, limps
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Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 6
♪ Downwards from his horse did LIMP
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The dietitian at the cafeteria
with the LIMP and the lazy eye?
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