walk unevenly, as when one foot or leg is hurt or stiff
proceed with difficulty in a specified direction
lacking strength or stiffness
"gave a limp handshake"
"a limp gesture as if waving away all desire to know"
"a slack grip"
"The old woman hobbles down to the store every day"
"the boat limped into the harbor"
The little girl has a limp in one leg and will undergo physiotherapy.
The Emperor's colours hung limp in the sultry air.
出自： E. Waugh
His breath explodes out of him, and he falls back limp against the wall.
出自： K. Kesey
The man limped down the ladder.
出自： J. Conrad
Tom eased himself from his bed and limped from the room.
出自： J. Frame
How slowly time limps by in childhood.