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Definition of "lamish" []

  • Somewhat lame. (adjective)

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Use "lamish" in a sentence
  • "In consequence of this custom the females of this race, to quote an old English authority, had a ` ` waddling, lamish gesture in their going. ''"
  • "In consequence of this custom the females of this race, to quote an old English authority, had a "waddling, lamish gesture in their going.""
  • "And forasmuch as I discern'd; with some Degree of Curiosity, that the Sand was every where less hollow'd by one Foot in particular, than by the other three, I conceiv'd that the Bitch of our most august Queen was somewhat lamish, if I may presume to say so."