- v. Simple past tense and past participle of limp.
“The label limped on for a few years but was out of business by 1952.”
“Like all lovers 'tiffs it was about something minute, but I limped from the rehearsal studio like a jilted schoolgirl.”
“The cub's shoulder was stiff and sore, and for some time he limped from the terrible slash he had received.”
“The cub’s shoulder was stiff and sore, and for some time he limped from the terrible slash he had received.”
“He quit in 1970, but Chess and its subsidiary labels limped on until mid-decade when their master tapes were sold off.”
“It's a mystery, dear," the little word limped out awkwardly, "but God's ways are not ours.”
“The first 30 minutes were conference-championship worthy," Tomlin said, "but we kind of limped home.”
“We kind of limped home but we aren't going to complain about style points...they made the necessary plays to get the job done.”
“I kind of limped home here today but the work I have put in started paying off, and obviously my short game is good," Els said after winning his 18th PGA Tour title.”
“I started laughing and kind of limped out and said, 'Well, that was the wrong door.”
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