[Answer] limp

Answer: to walk unevenly; an uneven walk; not stiff or firm
Word Origin late Middle English (in the sense ‘fall short of’): related to obsolete limphalt ‘lame’ and probably of Germanic origin.
Scrabble Points: 8
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Limp definition is – to walk lamely; especially : to walk favoring one leg. How to use limp in a sentence.
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intr.v. limp ed limp ·ing limp s 1. To walk lamely especially with irregularity as if favoring one leg. 2.
A limp is a type of asymmetric abnormality of the gait. When due to pain it is referred to as an antalgic gait in which the foot is in contact with the ground for a shorter…

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