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Sentence count:27+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-12-21Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: limpstaggertotterSimilar words: gobble upbubblequibbledribblescrabblelobbyacrophobiaclaustrophobicMeaning: ['hɑbl /'hɒbl]  n. 1. a shackle for the ankles or feet 2. the uneven manner of walking that results from an injured leg. v. 1. walk impeded by some physical limitation or injury 2. hamper the action or progress of 3. strap the foreleg and hind leg together on each side (of a horse) in order to keep the legs on the same side moving in unison. 
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1. I hurt my foot, and had to hobble home.
2. Some of the runners could only manage to hobble over the finishing line.
3. He was left with no alternative but to hobble to the nearest telephone box.
4. Mistakes can hobble a deal from the start.
5. The old man hobble along with the aid of his stick.
6. The country's massive debt could hobble the party's social - spending plans.
7. Hobble and limp describe the uneven movement of someone whose legs are injured.
8. It would be easier for them to hobble to town a broken leg a broken pantaloon.
9. It would be easier for them to hobble to town with a broken leg than with a broken pantaloon .
10. This may hobble the bull in the future. But first it needs to regain its virility.
11. It's a pity for me to see an old woman hobble away.
12. She turned her ankle on the rocks and had to hobble back to camp.
13. The swelling had begun to go down, and he was able, with pain[], to hobble.
14. But if you could see me, you'd think me but a sorry object to hobble to an altar.
15. As the room fell suddenly, tensely silent, he began to walk, to hobble painfully and with difficulty towards Sabine.
16. After practice I watch him walk painfully over to the bleachers, wrap up his knee and hobble out.
17. My knee was stiff and painful, and I could only hobble.
18. With love, everyone will do their best to help you as you get into a hobble.
19. I'd told the boys I had a touch of thrombophlebitis, blood clots in the veins in my feet, and was afraid about tomorrow's climb,(Sentence dictionary) not that it would hobble me but would get worse when we came down.
20. Sophie got herself to the mirror, and found she had to hobble.
21. And he's no apologist for Chinese authoritarianism, calling out its abuses and corruption, and making clear that he believes the absence of democracy will eventually hobble China's progress.
22. A mental block is formed due to the effect of the learner's negative mental being and is, to some extent, supposed to hobble the learner's acquiring progress of the objective language.
23. The Boy hurt his foot, so he had to hoBBle dong.
24. India's inexorably growing power crisis is a bottleneck that threatens to hobble its overall growth rate.
25. I hurt my foot while getting off the bus, and had to hobble home.
26. Now, here it is: What could I do, with this old timber I hobble on?
27. Since CCTV carried out eliminate the last system, many documentary programs have fallen into a hobble.
More similar words: gobble upbubblequibbledribblescrabblelobbyacrophobiaclaustrophobicblewableblessnobleblendBibleviabletablecablefeeblenimblerambleusablenotablemarblegarbleunableenablegamblefoiblerumbledouble
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