lame[ leym ]SEE DEFINITION OF lame
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LAME
The crowd had thickened in front, so that the lame man and the girl had come to a stand.
The lame girl who played the violin limped down the corridor into the ward.
"Certainly," I replied, deeply sighing at the recital of so lame a story.
First the blind, then the deaf and the dumb, then the halt and the lame—and so on.
"I wish there were crowns for lame boys to win," said Charmides.
We must call upon him to surrender, and if he refuses we must fire so as to lame, but not to hurt him.
The lame foreigner with the stick wants a top room down the Yard.
At first he was so stiff, from lack of practice, that he ran like a lame cow.
But the lame Immortal did not want to bother with him, and told him to go away.
And what is more pitiable about her, she is lame in the right leg.