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Definition of 'hobble'

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I was hobbling around when it was my turn on strike. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I was hobbling around when it was my turn on strike. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We are a group of former players who still hobble about and have a good laugh. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Some would rather hobble around than be carried to the graveyard. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He thought he might be able to hobble about very soon. Edward Beauclerk Maurice THE LAST OF THE GENTLEMEN ADVENTURERS: Coming of Age in the Arctic (2004)People have obviously seen me hobbling around in practice and must have bet on me to lose. The Sun (2012)It has left him hobbling around the snooker table. The Sun (2006)Her football and sporting activities stopped and she was left hobbling around on crutches. The Sun (2013)And he appeared to have done something to his foot and was hobbling around on crutches. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He had to hobble on crutches the full length of the pitch to get to the treatment room. The Sun (2016)He is hobbling around the paddock on crutches and is using modified leathers and an oversized right boot. Times, Sunday Times (2010)During the march the former pub bouncer milked the applause from the crowd as he hobbled along on crutches. The Sun (2016)His standard gait is a hobble. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The swimmer almost died trying to answer, then hobbled away. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He then caught his studs in the turf and damaged his knee, hobbling away. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Such a rupture to the eurozone's fourth biggest economy would hobble attempts to rescue the euro. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It's the young ones hobbling about. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Stringer had managed to get to his feet now and was hobbling about, doubled over with pain. Iain Gale Man of Honour (2007)A dozen riders have hobbled away including two wearers of the yellow jersey. Times, Sunday Times (2015)And wearing a supportive sandal on his injured foot, he hobbled away on crutches after refusing to comment further. The Sun (2010)I ran into another of the squad hobbling on crutches back at the base after the fighting died down. Times, Sunday Times (2009)As his players argued with each other, hobbled about and watched chances wasted it was as if his team had gone lame. The Sun (2010)The unshaven ex-England Under-21 defender looked gaunt as he hobbled on crutches outside hospital. The Sun (2009)He then hobbled back to his blocks, the TV cameras panning in on his feet. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Yesterday she was back using crutches as she hobbled into court in her home city of Cardiff, where a judge heard her plead guilty to fraud. The Sun (2011)

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Translations for 'hobble'

British English: hobble VERB
If you hobble, you walk in an awkward way with small steps, for example because your foot is injured.
He got up slowly and hobbled over to the coffee table.

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