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  • verb Present participle of crutch.

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Examples

  • The bed bounced as she stood, and he heard the thump-step of her crutching across the room to her desk.

    Furlough

  • The bed bounced as she stood, and he heard the thump-step of her crutching across the room to her desk.

    Furlough

  • Just before the live oaks closed in around the house behind me, I glanced in the rearview mirror, half expecting to see Doug crutching after me through the dark.

    Forget You

  • Just before the live oaks closed in around the house behind me, I glanced in the rearview mirror, half expecting to see Doug crutching after me through the dark.

    Forget You

  • And I was like (bleep) they can't take my leg from me and then started crutching out of there.

    Minus A Leg, Still On A Mission In Afghanistan

  • My dear friend and esteemed correspondent Ms. AmpuT tells me that she can carry a full glass of champagne while crutching about, an achievement which puts me in awe.

    I offer to launder illegal funds, a trip down memory lane and more pain.

  • A dizzying scene sends 39,000-plus runners propelling themselves forward in any manner possible: sprinting, jogging, walking, wheeling and even crutching.

    New York Marathon: Five Boroughs, 26.2 Miles, 39,000 Stories

  • One of my oldest friends got it in '53 and has been crutching it for half a century; another acquaintance of mine spent most of his 49 years in an iron lung thanks to polio.

    Friday Music: Neil Young

  • One of my oldest friends got it in '53 and has been crutching it for half a century; another acquaintance of mine spent most of his 49 years in an iron lung thanks to polio.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • I imagine alot of the holy roller homophobes will stay home weeping and crutching a crucifix while trying to wipe the horrible image of thier pastor getting a backrub from one of the Village People out of their heads.

    Think Progress » Ted Haggard resigns

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