- n disability of walking due to crippling of the legs or feet
- n an imperfection or defectiveness
a stylist noted for the lameness of his plots
- For 30 years, the company has sold Padma 28 in Switzerland as a remedy for claudication, the lameness that comes from clogged leg arteries.
- He used no gotcha sound bites, no consultant-driven silliness a fact driven home by the lameness of Palin's snark lines like "Say it ain't so, Joe" and pace, Gipper .
- Too many network comedies with vast staffs of writers hit the same note of competent lameness.
News & Articles
- Bob Kahrs: Bovine lameness
Dear Dr. Bob: Please discuss foot rot and bovine lameness. Answer: Lameness is foot or leg pain associated with movement.
July 4, 2013 - The St. Augustine Record
- Garry Trudeau in Tampabay.com
I never considered NOT writing about the election, but to avoid lameness, I had to predicate it on an outcome,Trudeau wrote in an e-mail to the St. Petersburg Times. "If Obama wins, I'm in the flow and commenting on a genuine phenomenon....
- Jodie Foster in CBS News
Foster calls her "Nim's" character "a neurotic. And, it's a whole lot of fun playing somebody so lame. I have to say -- it's a brand new thing. ...... (I had to get in touch with) my inner-lameness!"
- Tom Anderson in CNN
So I know alot [sic] of you couldn't check out your profiles and I just want to say sorry for all the lameness on our end,Anderson wrote.