Noun(1) the state of being disregarded or forgotten(2) an imaginary place for lost or neglected things(3) (theology, such as infants and virtuous individuals
(1) The inquiry is in limbo because of the decision of the court today.(2) And now the collapse of a proposed move to Blackburn Rovers has left his club career in limbo as he concentrates on the vital role of Australia's over-age captain in Greece.(3) Play limbo , dance barefoot and swim like a tropical fish.(4) The controversial defection law was put on ice yesterday pending a Constitutional Court decision, leaving some politicians in limbo and others scrambling for survival.(5) In time, argues Winnicott, the transitional object is relegated to limbo , neither mourned nor forgotten, just losing its meaning.(6) children left in an emotional limbo(7) But the move was widely criticised with North Yorkshire MPs claiming it was ├ö├ç├┐absolutely scandalous├ö├ç├û and had left passengers in limbo for a further two years.(8) I suffered for eight months in limbo whilst awaiting the Crown Prosecution Service decision.(9) The government could have been left in limbo for weeks in conditions where the IMF, the World Bank and business leaders are demanding immediate action to try to pull the economy out of a deep recession.(10) While listening to calypso music, many of those being entertained like to dance the limbo , a dance very popular among Grenadian Americans.(11) But the decision still left them in limbo until a final decision could be made on the park's future.(12) Children from the day nursery made their own party food and danced and performed the limbo .(13) For two years the album had been stuck in limbo , until someone introduced him into the right circles.(14) Spin FM, which was due to begin broadcasting last February, remains in limbo , at least until after the Supreme Court hear the appeal towards the end of this year.(15) Is their investigation and resolution to be left in limbo ?(16) the fate of the Contras is now in limbo
(1) in limbo :: mewn limbo
1. oblivion ::
Different Formslimbo, limbos
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