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- n. Property of being limp.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality or state of being limp.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being limp or flaccid; weak pliancy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a flabby softness
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And I don't think his overall limpness is just a case of his getting carried away playing his character's subtext.
How shall I spread-eagle myself under a boy, who will emit long before I can go off and forestall me in limpness of penis and clitoris; and leave a man who, when he taketh breath clippeth close and when he entereth goeth leisurely, and when he hath done, repeateth, and when he pusheth poketh hard, and as often as he withdraweth, returneth?’
While one part of her brain was absorbing the significance of that kind of limpness, Jane remembered that Henry Slocum had spent the morning displaying his new tweed overcoat to her mother.
It was raining steadily, and the atmosphere had that singular feeling of total relaxation and limpness which is only to be felt in the rain-ridden districts of Central Africa.
Empathy is a perfect word for them because it can be said with an implied flounce and limpness of wrist.
Something cracked and echoed in the middle of Ernie's skull, an internal sound that preceded a deep limpness.
The warning signs triggering an exception report include struggling to breathe, nausea, vomiting, limpness and abnormal redness to the face.
Like so many ghosts haunting our inner most lives, we can't see them clearly and out limpid limpness forbids even a passing glance.
The point he makes about the limpness and aimlessness of what is supposed to be a tough and constructive process deserves attention.
Those flickering eyes with the lack of focus, the blood dripping from the corner of his mouth and absolute limpness of his body was brutal to watch in the best of senses.
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