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Lame, adj. 1) crippled, disabled in the feet: Lucr. 902. Tp. II, 2, 34. LLL V, 2, 291. John III, 1, 46. H6B II, 1, 95. H6B II, 1, 95 H8 I, 3, 11. Rom. II, 5, 4. Used of verses: “the feet were l.” As III, 2, 178. on the l. feet of my rhyme, Per. IV Prol. 48.
2) disabled in any manner, impaired in strength: “made l. by fortune's dearest spite,” Sonn. 37, 3. Sonn. 37, 3 “youth is nimble, age is l.” Pilgr. 162. “when service should in my old limbs lie l.” As II, 3, 41. “l. of sense,” Oth. I, 3, 63. “most l. and impotent conclusion,” II, 1, 162.
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