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Synonyms for limp

to walk in a lame way

to proceed or perform in an unsteady, faltering manner

lacking in stiffness or firmness

lacking energy and vitality or showing such a lack

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the uneven manner of walking that results from an injured leg

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walk impeded by some physical limitation or injury

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proceed slowly or with difficulty

not firm

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lacking in strength or firmness or resilience

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Kite design has improved vastly over the past three years; the "foils," as they are known, are light enough to provide a fun ride in the limpest of winds, more stable than ever and can relaunch from the water.
Here we have music of infinite resource married to the limpest of texts.
background, and the knee-stuff seemed like the limpest kind of dickless pap, and he felt like a true hypocrite just going through the knee-motions that he went through faithfully every A.
Aside from being tasteless and sanctimonious, The Dybbuk offers lackluster performances, and the limpest of the lot is Aldona Grochal as the peasant girl who is possessed by the dybbuk of a dead yeshiva scholar whom fate (but not her father) had intended to be her bridegroom.
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Husb returned with a tiny carton of apple juice, the limpest bread and overpriced petrol station milk.
FRANK HADDEN branded Scotland's display in yesterday's RBS Six Nations opener against Wales as their limpest for almost three years.