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

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In every other particular I had scrupulously observed it even to the severe laming of my unfortunate horse.
A FRONTIER MYSTERYBERTRAM MITFORD
It is no use going on till your feet get really hard, for you would only be laming yourself again.
CONDEMNED AS A NIHILISTGEORGE ALFRED HENTY
There is no real sport in shooting at and laming an inoffensive creature, one that cannot be made use of for food.
The art which leaves the soul in despair is laming to the soul, and is denounced by the healthy sentiment of an active community.
Laming's Christian zeal did not induce him to forget the duties of hospitality.
THE BOOK OF THE BUSHGEORGE DUNDERDALE
Menard knew, from the way his shoulders followed the swing of his arms, that the steady paddling was laming him sadly.
Laming was an Irish-Protestant who had great influence with his tribe, which was numerous and warlike.
THE BOOK OF THE BUSHGEORGE DUNDERDALE
Next day the bishop went further up the river to Wherinaki, where Laming, a pakeha Maori, resided.
THE BOOK OF THE BUSHGEORGE DUNDERDALE
We rode on over the arid soil; over plains of lava and cut-rock that wounded the hoofs of our horses, laming many.
The Laming mass as well as other purifying materials will become exhausted in the course of chemical reactions.

WORD OF THE DAY

longanimitynoun | [long-guh-nim-i-tee, lawng- ]SEE DEFINITION
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