from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To limp.
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He is another he what stays under the himp of holth.
A perfect himp, and if I had the governessing of her for sometime I'd -- I'd -- bah! there's that bell again!
"And there's that black himp -- he eats enough for five!"
"And there's that black himp – he eats enough for five!"
To see that melon-'eaded himp in a cricket-cap hordering the master about.
And this is her second season, just ended, as a himp at the _Hilarity_ pantermime; and they're that good to her, they let her bring her bearskin home with her, what she wears, you know, sir, as the
See the Kor.c. 19, and that virulent book entitled Toldoth Jesu. and have said, Verily we have slain Christ Jesus the son of Mary, the apostle of GOD; yet they slew him not, neither crucified him, but he was represented by one in his likeness; o and verily they who disagreed concerning himp were in a doubt as to this matter, and had no sure knowledge thereof, but followed only an uncertain opinion.