limping


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Synonyms for limping

disability of walking due to crippling of the legs or feet

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His mother says that he has been limping "off and on" since his last office visit.
Answer: There are several possible causes of the limping and you need to take him to the vet to find out how this has happened.
The victim described him as having a 'funny' run, and said he appeared to be hopping or limping as if he had a bad leg.
England have a fresh injury worry of their own, with skipper Lewis Moody limping out of Bath's victory over Aironi with knee trouble.
Summary: An Antarctic cruise ship is limping back to port in Argentina after losing an engine in rough seas.
B [dagger][dagger] GEE, Maurice The Limping Man Puffin, 2010 176pp NZ$19.
The vet said that at seven weeks kittens' bones are still soft and pliable and unlikely to break but I'm still a bit concerned about his limping.
Also, observe a limping child who can still play and perform all activities of daily living without interference.
McCormack took his tally to the season to 12, later limping off, clutching the back of his left leg.
FARMERS could drastically reduce the number of lame sheep in their flocks if they treated the limping sheep quickly according to research done at the university of Warwick.
Ferguson said: "Hopefully it's not serious with Rio but he was limping for too long.
Arkansas Limped into April, partly because several key players were limping around with injuries at one point or another.
David Beckham gave England coach Steve McClaren another injury headache ahead of vital Euro 2008 qualifiers by limping out of Los Angeles Galaxy's SuperLiga trophy final defeat against Pachuca in Carson, California.