Antonyms for limped

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After a little, he slid to the ground and limped over to her.

He limped up the hill to her, and sat down on the top step of the porch.

He limped about on his crutches, collected all things needful, and sat down to work.

The man turned the handle of the Break of Day door, and limped in.

He limped a little, for Von Holzen had in the struggle kicked him on the ankle.

I used to say of him that he limped audaciously, and it was true.

He limped along in such a pitiable state that Jean's sympathy was aroused.

Captain Sears opened the gate and limped on under the apple trees.

He was slight of figure and low of stature, and limped on one leg.

She said no, and she was right, for it seems he limped frightfully.