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adjective as in unable to walk properly

adjective as in feeble, weak

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In the pilot, Brooks proves himself to be the lamest cop of all time by agreeing to lead the headless horseman to his head.

And this fifth Twilight film is by far the lamest in the franchise.

The person with authority on that stage was Romney—offered it by one of the lamest moderators ever, and seized with relish.

Then there is the movie that features the single lamest performance of the year—with Adam Sandler in drag.

Richardson is now the lamest of lame ducks; his in-state approval ratings have plummeted to his all-time low of 41 percent.

I have stumbled through these works with the lamest knowledge of Greek, and with no one to help me.

Jean Lanni could see that his girl friend, Judy Stokes, thought it was the lamest excuse she had ever heard.

Sir John Davies is light of touch and a light of poetic glory lies on the lamest "opinion."

I sank back on the seat I had left, and said to myself that this was the lamest of all conclusions.

Unfortunately, this Graybridge slander is one of the very lamest of canards.

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On this page you'll find 47 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to lamest, such as: sore, disabled, halt, stiff, deformed, and pained.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.