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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - Someone who has a limp and walks with an unsteady gait.

Usage examples (9)
  • Verb (used without object) : His verses hobble with their faulty meters
  • Verb (used with object) : His tight shoes hobbled him
  • "I thank you, sir, I thank you," said the hobbler, with pleasant frankness.
  • True, without any consideration for the girl's presence, he sometimes asked Gitta why they still burdened themselves with the useless hobbler and did not sell the cart... for more
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