She stopped to point at Gervaise, who was limping awkwardly because of the slope of the pavement.
Hilaire was limping across the terrace towards the garden steps.
Beyond, through the high-arched entrance, a man was limping.
He heard the limping effort to be formal as before a king or a court of justice.
“No,” chimed in Mrs. Mate Hare, limping from her home in the broom sedge.
The last man left with a swollen jaw and limping on one leg.
She broke off at the sound of a limping footstep in the hall.
She felt as awkward as a limping grasshopper in a crowd of butterflies.
She did not believe any longer that anyone could prevail against "Limping Dick."
The clerk of the Seaside went by, limping with age and dragging his reluctant feet.