hercian, herciasech, hercia, hercia’, herciaf, herciai, herciais, herciaist, herciant, herciasai, herciasant, herciych, herciem, herciasent, herciasid, herciasit, herciasoch, herciasom, herciaswn, hercid, herciech, herci, herciodd, herciom, hercien, hercient, hercier, hercies, herciest, herciet, herciff, hercio, hercioch, herciasem, hercied, hercion, herciont, hercir, hercith, herciwch, herciwn, herciwyd, herciwyfherciancloffrwym, cloffrwymau, chloffrwym, chloffrwymau, gloffrwym, gloffrwymau, nghloffrwym, nghloffrwymau, hual, hualau
Noun(1) a shackle for the ankles or feet(2) the uneven manner of walking that results from an injured leg
Verb(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
(1) After a painful hobble to the bench, I sat and watched out the clock.(2) Today, we see that government, in practice, controls very little of the communications industry, despite every attempt to hobble private enterprise.(3) He walks with a hobble and his wrists are limp, but Yearwood never let his disability stop him from pursuing his dream of being a marathon runner.(4) That windfall gave Hutchison the cash it needed to get into 3G - and left it free of the debts that hobble other European carriers.(5) I had a sort of odd hobble going on, I had crutches but it was still really painful.(6) He looked at me with a cheeky grin on his face and actually imitated my hobble all the way back to the entrance door.(7) The hobble became a rapid shuffle and then a quite respectable stroll, and the discomfort faded away.(8) he finished the game almost reduced to a hobble(9) He took a step, more like a hobble with his crutches, closer.(10) I could tell by her hobble that she had just put her heels on.(11) With a camelteer in view there is nothing to worry about, but I would not like to be left alone with a camel, let alone have to hobble a herd of bull camels at night.(12) Many groups have argued that the mandate will hobble people's ability to make fair use of their media.(13) He, like Zak, had had the cast taken off his left leg only the day before and now had a hobble which was somewhat comical when both walked next to each other.(14) A little water, a quick hobble to the touchline and seconds later he was sprinting round like a 10-year-old.(15) he finished the match almost reduced to a hobble(16) It would hobble the product and hobble the marketing at the same time.
1. fetter ::
2. hitch ::
3. limp ::
4. hopple ::
5. hitch ::
1. aid ::
2. assist ::
3. facilitate ::
4. help ::
hobble, hobbled, hobbles, hobbling
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