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  • n  someone who has a limp and walks with a hobbling gait
  • s  not firm
  • s  lacking in strength or firmness or resilience

  • Timidly Chancellor Kurt Schuschnigg whose grip on congested Austrian politics is steadily growing limper, announced: "The Cabinet Council expressed the unanimous conception that .
  • In the face of Czechoslovakia's steadily sagging economy and its even limper national morale, Communist Party Boss Gustav Husak last week decided that the time was ripe for a .
  • Applause was limper than the Scarecrow's limbs.

  • Chip Jett in Centre Daily Times
    The limper called really quick, like he had a flush draw, which I didn't like because it's going to make it tougher for me to hit my flush draw if he has a flush draw too,Jett said. "If we both have flush draws and Alan actually has a...
  • Erick Lindgren in Press-Enterprise
    I got a limper who was steaming behind me and another limper,Lindgren said. "Hoyt (Corkins) made it $2,000. I called because Hoyt was in the small blind and I had position on Hoyt. He's going to have to act first. It's not that big a raise...

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