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Definition of "lameness" []

  • A impediment to walking due to the feet or legs. (noun)
  • The quality of being lame, pathetic or uncool. (noun)

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Use "lameness" in a sentence
  • "_ -- Comprehensively and universally considered, then, the term lameness signifies any irregularity or derangement of the function of locomotion, irrespective of the cause which produced it or the degree of its manifestation."
  • "'O yes she would! her lameness is no impediment; for she never thinks of it."
  • "I think maybe the point of the lameness is to show that it just isn’t any fun or interesting unless House is actively involved."