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Correct spelling:
limp
Definition:
Act of limping.

Synonyms:

adjective
all
limp, wilted.
bent
hooked, sinuous, hunched, crooked, limp, slouchy, twined, arced, contorted, round, inclined, arciform, humped, rounded, doubled over, looped, stooped, warped, wilted, curvilinear, angled, bowed, slumped, twisted, arched.
curved
bent.
depressed
spiritless.
disreputable
sleazy.
enervated
prostrate, undermined, unnerved, out of condition, weak, done in, gone to seed, enfeebled, languorous, Sapped, vitiated, incapacitated, rusty, Prostrated, washed out, Deteriorated, out of shape, out of gas, run-down, paralyzed, enervated, lackadaisical, devitalized, on the ropes, fatigued.
exhausted
dead*, disabled, out on one's feet, bone-weary, ready to drop, drained, wasted*, had it, beat*, dog-tired, all in, effete, tired out, kaput, Frazzled, worn, dead tired, bushed, outta gas, bleary, done for, shot*, crippled.
flabby
unfit, lax, flexuous, tender, hanging, pendulous, Irresilient, shapeless, sagging, sloppy, toneless.
flaccid
quaggy, emasculated, inelastic, nerveless.
inactive
in holding pattern, somnolent, indolent, do nothing, jobless, out of action, low key, mothballed, out of service, on hold, draggy.
injured
weakened.
limp
exhausted, supple, yielding, droopy, flexuous, lethargic, lax, flexible, flabby, enervated, pliable, flimsy, wearied, bending, weakened, drooping, debilitated, Languishing, plastic, languid, relaxed, flaccid, floppy, infirm, listless, unsubstantial, pliant, spent, spiritless, slack, soft, ductile, impressible, limber, loose, tired, worn out, feeble.
loose
Unhooked, unfastened, Slackened, incoherent, loose, uncaged, at large, slack, non-cohesive, broken, unpinned, nonadhesive, non-coherent, non-adherent, unconfined, flaccid, relaxed, unbound, disconnected, unlatched, unsecured, disjointed, lax, unshackled, unattached, unbolted, inconsistent, discontinuous, detached, not fitting, disarticulated.
slack
slow-moving, not taut.
soft
velvety, pulpy, fleecy, cushiony, gelatinous, Pappy, doughier, bendable, softer, cottony, doughy.
unconfined
free as a bird, on the loose, at liberty.
weak
infirm, Impuissant, weakest, forceless.
weary
Wayworn, run down, toilsome, wasted, over-weary, blue, footsore, depressed, fatigued, drowsy, flaccid, apathetic, listless, cheerless, bored, exhausted, weary, trying, sleepy, faint, uphill, run-down, weak, tired, debilitated, Frazzled, worn-out, feeble, droopy.
noun
act
limp, hitch, hobble.
halt
claudicate, walk lamely, teeter, flag, shuffle, proceed slowly, dodder, lag.
limp
wilted, flat wheel, lax, falter, hitch, stale, weak, gimp, flaccid, halt, slack, lameness, bad wheel, hobble.
verb
clump
lumber, barge, plod, stump, stomp, tramp, clomp, stamp, thump, thud, bumble, galumph, clatter.
halt
be defective, stammer, waver, pause, Shilly-shally, vacillate, Whiffle, dither, wiggle-waggle.
limp
totter, walk lamely, shuffle, clump, lag, stumble, teeter, flag, dodder, hop, stagger, shamble, waddle, scuff.
motion
limp.
stumble
falter, hobble, stumble, totter, stagger.
Examples of usage:
  1. One woman- rather a tiresome person, a spinster with a curiously horse- like face and large teeth- sometimes stays for hours at a time and leaves us limp. – Olivia in India by O. Douglas
  2. The end might be very near indeed, I told myself, as I strode out with the last remains of my limp quite vanished. – The Man From the Clouds by J. Storer Clouston
  3. " She can rest up here till I find Win," he said aloud, and stepped into the valley, trying not to limp as he picked his way among the scattered rocks. – Prairie Flowers by James B. Hendryx
  4. The Indian got up, and as he walked away he was seen to limp. – Six Little Bunkers at Uncle Fred's by Laura Lee Hope
  5. Then Kirby gasped and all but went limp. – Astounding Stories of Super-Science, December 1930 by Various

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