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Definition of Limp

Limp

  1. To halt; to walk lamely. Also used figuratively.
  2. A halt; the act of limping.
  3. A scraper for removing poor ore or refuse from the sieve.
  4. Flaccid; flabby, as flesh.
  5. Lacking stiffness; flimsy; as, a limp cravat.

Limp Quotations

If I were not African, I wonder whether it would be clear to me that Africa is a place where the people do not need limp gifts of fish but sturdy fishing rods and fair access to the pond. I wonder whether I would realize that while African nations have a failure of leadership, they also have dynamic people with agency and voices.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

For most of my life, I believed that my father had broken many of my bones. They were emotional and psychological bones; things no one could see, things that caused me to limp through life clutching for and holding on to people and situations that often rendered me immobile.
Iyanla Vanzant

Unlike some, I don't claim to hold the mystic key to the future. But judging from past events, it seems to me that those who want to prophesy the imminent end of America's unique global role have a harder case to make than those who think we will limp on for a while, making a mess of things as usual.
Walter Russell Mead

We went through ten years of the Limp Bizkit thing, and I didn't know what to do.
Courtney Love

There's some people who are not understanding what Limp Bizkit is about. But, then again, who am I to tell people what they can use art for or how they can interpret it?
Fred Durst
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Limp Translations

limp in Danish is halte
limp in Dutch is kreupel lopen, hinken, mank lopen
limp in French is boitez, boitent, boitons, boiter
limp in German is hinken, lahmen, hinke
limp in Italian is zoppicare
limp in Norwegian is halting, halte, slapp
limp in Spanish is cojera, claudicar
limp in Swedish is mjuk, halta