hobble[ hob-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF hobble
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HOBBLE
Thus neither animal could so much as hobble one way or the other.
You know about as much of a motor boat as a pig knows of the hobble skirt.
The enemy was leading the general, who could just hobble, and Fitz, back to the camp.
It must be hard work for him to hobble through the world on his wooden leg.
The excitement being over, it was with very great difficulty the crippled savage could hobble his way back to the camp.
Johnny started to hobble down the porch steps when Barney stopped him.
With two sticks, I can hobble about the house and garden; without them, behold me a fixture.
Now, here it is: What could I do, with this old timber I hobble on?
The fact is, I may have appeared to have been rather in a hobble, but it was all assumed—all put on, my dear.
Is it the first time that I have thrust myself into a hobble?