Limp

A limp is a type of asymmetric abnormality of the gait. Limping may be caused by pain, weakness, neuromuscular imbalance, or a skeletal deformity. The most common underlying cause of a painful limp is physical trauma; however, in the absence of trauma, other serious causes, such as septic arthritis or slipped capital femoral epiphysis, may be pres...
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Limp

• (n.) A halt; the act of limping. • (v. i.) To halt; to walk lamely. Also used figuratively. • (a.) Lacking stiffness; flimsy; as, a limp cravat. • (n.) A scraper for removing poor ore or refuse from the sieve. • (a.) Flaccid; flabby, as flesh.
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limp

(limp) an abnormal gait pattern in which one side of the body dips or moves slightly downward with ambulation.
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limp

wilted adjective not firm; `wilted lettuce`
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Limp

Limp (lĭmp) intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Limped (lĭmt; 215); present participle & verbal noun Limping .] [ Confer Anglo-Saxon lemp healt lame, Old High German limphen to limp, be weak; perhap...
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Limp

Limp adjective [ Confer Icelandic limpa limpness, weakness, and English lap , noun , lop , transitive verb Confer Limber , adjective ] 1. Flaccid; flabby, as flesh. Walton. 2....
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Limp

Limp noun A halt; the act of limping.
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limp

A lame walk with a yielding step; asymmetrical gait. ... See: claudication. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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limp

lacking strength walking unevenly 
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Limp

Limp is poker slang for betting the minimum allowed.
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Limp

To call. Generally the term refers to pre-flop action. For instance: 'He limped in early position with 77.'
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limp

To just call the big blind instead of raising it is known as a limp. "There were three limpers to me on the button, and I decided to raise with my pair of jacks."
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limp

Type: Term Pronunciation: limp Definitions: 1. A lame walk with a yielding step; asymmetrical gait.
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limp

[adj] - not firm 2. [v] - proceed slowly or with difficulty 3. [v] - walk impeded by some physical limitation or injury
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