Shere Khan was always crossing his path in the jungle, for as Akela grew older and feebler the lame
tiger had come to be great friends with the younger wolves of the Pack, who followed him for scraps, a thing Akela would never have allowed if he had dared to push his authority to the proper bounds.
Then he looked over at his horse's heels; it was lame
also; the stone took some time to knock out, after he got to the ploughman.
Lastly, when the famed lame
god had made all the armour, he took it and set it before the mother of Achilles; whereon she darted like a falcon from the snowy summits of Olympus and bore away the gleaming armour from the house of Vulcan.
None but the Lame
Tiger would so have boasted of his right at this season when--when we suffer together--Man and Jungle People alike.
Some relics of his old calling hang upon the walls, and these it is the chosen recreation of a little lame
man about the stable-yard to keep gleaming bright.
From that day he had been so lame
that he found it impossible to go either forward or back, and had preferred to take the chances of dying in the oasis to the certainty of perishing in the desert.
And then, in proportion as he plunged deeper into the street, cripples in bowls, blind men and lame
men, swarmed about him, and men with one arm, and with one eye, and the leprous with their sores, some emerging from little streets adjacent, some from the air-holes of cellars, howling, bellowing, yelping, all limping and halting, all flinging themselves towards the light, and humped up in the mire, like snails after a shower.
One board had written upon it, "I am blind," another, "I am deaf," another, "I am dumb," and the fourth, "Pity the lame
AN ASS feeding in a meadow saw a Wolf approaching to seize him, and immediately pretended to be lame
Walter was a strong, healthy child, but when he was about eighteen months old he had an illness which left him lame
in his right leg.
In the first place, her votary should not have a lame
or halting industry-- I mean, that he should not be half industrious and half idle: as, for example, when a man is a lover of gymnastic and hunting, and all other bodily exercises, but a hater rather than a lover of the labour of learning or listening or enquiring.
Just as Partridge had uttered that good and pious doctrine, with which the last chapter concluded, they arrived at another cross-way, when a lame
fellow in rags asked them for alms; upon which Partridge gave him a severe rebuke, saying, "Every parish ought to keep their own poor.
Ingenious in little artifices, they wait for those whose knowledge walketh on lame
feet,--like spiders do they wait.
The only waking moments at which he appeared to relax from his cares, and to recreate himself by going anywhere or saying anything without a pervading object, were when he showed a dawning interest in the lame
foreigner with the stick, down Bleeding Heart Yard.
One was a slim and rather lame
man in rusty black, and a white neckerchief; another was a stout, burly person, dressed in the same apparel, with a great reddish-black cloth round his neck; a third was a little weazen, drunken-looking body, with a pimply face.