One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘she limped out of the house’
hobble, walk with a limp, walk with difficulty, walk lamely, walk haltingly, walk unevenly, falter
shuffle, shamble, totter, dodder, stagger, stumble
1‘he walked with a limp’
lameness, hobble, uneven gait, shuffle
1‘a limp handshake’
soft, flaccid, loose, slack, lacking firmness, lax, unfirm, pliable, not taut, relaxed
floppy, drooping, droopy, sagging, hanging, pendulous
2‘we were all limp with exhaustion’
tired, fatigued, weary, exhausted, worn out
lethargic, listless, spiritless, without energy, spent, weak, enervated, flagging
3‘a limp and lacklustre speech’
uninspired, uninspiring, insipid, flat, lifeless, vapid, half-hearted
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