from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A narrow flat braid or rounded cord of fabric used for trimming. Also called guimpe, guipure.
- n. A limp or a limping gait.
- n. A person who limps.
- intransitive v. To walk with a limp.
- n. Spirit; pep.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Neat; trim; delicate; slender; handsome; spruce; elegant.
- n. A narrow ornamental fabric or braid of silk, wool, or cotton, often stiffened with metallic wire or coarse cord running through it, used as trimming for dresses, curtains, furniture, etc. Also guimpe.
- n. Any coarse or reinforced thread, such as a glazed thread employed in lacemaking to outline designs, or silk thread used as a fishing leader, protected from the bite of fish by a wrapping of fine wire.
- n. The plastic cord used in the plaiting and knotting craft Scoubidou (lanyard making); or, the process itself.
- n. Gumption; spirit; ambition; vigor; pep.
- v. To wrap or wind (surround) with another length of yarn or wire in a tight spiral, often by means of a gimping machine, creating gimped yarn, etc. Also, generally, to wrap or twist with string or wire. See gimped.
- v. To notch or indent; to jag or make jagged; to edge with serrations or grooves.
- n. A person who is lame due to a crippling of the legs or feet.
- n. A crippled leg.
- n. A limp or a limping gait.
- n. A name-calling word, generally for a person who is perceived to be inept, deficient or peculiar
- n. A sexual submissive, almost always male, dressed generally in a black leather suit. See Gimp (sadomasochism) in Wikipedia.
- v. To limp; to hobble.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Smart; spruce; trim; nice.
- n. A narrow ornamental fabric of silk, woolen, or cotton, often with a metallic wire, or sometimes a coarse cord, running through it; -- used as trimming for dresses, furniture, etc.
- transitive v. To notch; to indent; to jag.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To make or furnish with gimp.
- To jag; denticulate.
- Another spelling of jimp.
- To weave or bind wire into a fabric or cord to stiffen it.
- n. A coarse thread used in some kinds of pillow-lace to form the edges or outlines of the design.
- n. A flat trimming made of silk, worsted, or other cord, usually stiffened by wire and more or less open in design, used for borders for curtains or furniture, trimming for women's gowns, etc.
- n. In angling, a line in which fine wire is woven, or which is bound or wound with wire to increase its strength.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. walk impeded by some physical limitation or injury
- n. disability of walking due to crippling of the legs or feet
It could be that the gimp is wearing the ONLY stab vest that patrol has.
While teh gimp is sometimes funny, teh pwnzor, teh plox!
Ugh i hate how brushes work in gimp, its so damn difficult to setup a dynamic resize and they dont match the size correctly. schragnasher
And for all my graphic stuff I ended up with a mac, gimp is pretty good, f-spot also works, but adobe stuff is just a different league (pricewise for sure, if it weren’t for student versions I never would spend so much money on software)
Probably because he's never played a dying gimp, which is what the Oscars look for when heaping kudos onto actors.
The gimp is a white linen collar, very deep in front.
He gave her a history of the place, of Parker (the "gimp" grandson) Olafson's backwater deals and his wife's infidelities, of Louisiana boys pickled by sun and water, found in the glades.
Newsarama recently visited the set and broke these first official stills of Aaron Johnson looking like some kind of gimp ninja.
And it just hit me last night that the woman who is the "gimp" played Blair's MS cousin on "Facts of Life".
If I had had a little more 'gimp' and _verve_, I might have equalled the particular young gentleman of whom we have been discoursing.
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