Thesaurus / crutch
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
If only he might throw away the crutch and walk with a cane, it would be something gained.
THE EYE OF DREADPAYNE ERSKINE
Old Jonas P. Lonergan, his crutch beside him, is lying comfortably in another lounging chair.
FRANCES OF THE RANGESAMY BELL MARLOWE
But hes getting on wonderfully and the doctors think hell soon be able to walk a little—with a crutch, of course.
ADRIENNE TONERANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK
Mother Mitchel, with her crutch for a baton, saw them all placed in her storerooms upon shelves put up for the purpose.
I could get no information at first, but at length an old woman came slowly forward, leaning on a crutch.
Felix rushed up from his colleagues of the choir, and Geraldine was set on her foot and crutch.
THE PILLARS OF THE HOUSE, VOL. I (OF 2)CHARLOTTE M. YONGE
In reality it was a coal-car, bearing in one end a crouching figure and a crutch.
DERRICK STERLINGKIRK MONROE
The old gentleman rabbit left his satchel at Arabella's house, and only took his crutch.
UNCLE WIGGILY'S ADVENTURESHOWARD R. GARIS
But if a master sprains his ankle, he hobbles about his form-room on a crutch.
I had rather a difficulty with Dot when I got outside, for he suddenly lowered his crutch and sat down on the floor.
ESTHERROSA NOUCHETTE CAREY
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