halting

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Synonyms for halting

disabled in the feet or legs

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fragmentary or halting from emotional strain

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I've been a gadget fanatic since before I could haltingly pronounce "gadget," and technology is incorporated into every hour of my waking life in one way or another.
But as you read along, you get caught up in the offbeat rhythms, and they start to seem like a way that a lonely man would speak in the darkness, haltingly, finding comfort in shaping his story to his own voice, letting the story take as long as it needs to.
The counter argument is that the cameras could actually make the process fairer by curbing the natural excesses of the born lawyers of the weighing room and giving the little man a fairer chance to argue his case, however haltingly.
Castro spoke haltingly at first, but gathered steam as he outlined long grievances against the US and detailed its large store of nuclear arms and heavy military spending.
The workers' compensation claims community is slowly, haltingly, trying to mend its relationship with doctors and other medical providers.
Knapp, 36, haltingly told US District Judge Leonard P.
Talks between the two sides to thrash out a host of contentious issues, including Abyei, borders, assets, international agreements, Nile water, oil revenues and citizenship, have proceeded haltingly with little public revelation on the progress made.
IN THE GATHERING DUSK, men and women in dark parkas and shaggy wool caps slowly begin to emerge from the neighborhood's side streets and move haltingly down Winooski Avenue.
Haltingly, a beautiful doe stepped into the clearing Rudolph had made with his schnozzle of destruction.
Most of us speak haltingly and act self-consciously, and yet the good news of salvation is proclaimed.
He was quite self-assured, but rather frail, walked haltingly and possibly did not feel too well.
Bruce spoke haltingly, impersonally, 'that a kick did that'" (78).
Traffic moved haltingly through nonworking intersection lights.
Leo XIII introduced the concept of a "new evangelization" when he proposed, however haltingly, the option for the poor in Rerum Novarum.
The plot lurches forward haltingly through innumerable recitatives, taking decided second place to the ingratiatingly written arias, which were sung magnificently.