Examples of hobble in a Sentence
She picked up her cane and hobbled across the room.
She is sometimes hobbled by self-doubt.
He has been hobbled by a knee injury.
Recent Examples of hobble from the Web
Florimon picked himself off the ground and finished the at-bat, popped up and hobbled to first base.
Delta historically promotes its completion factor, when not hobbled at its Atlanta hub by storms or power outages.
Would Clipper Chip technology, moving at government speed, hobble the fast-moving tech world?
And white students are almost 50 percent more likely to complete their studies than black students, many of whom are hobbled by their years in South Africa’s massively under-serviced public school system.
The two scrape by on paltry pension checks, which are a trial for the old woman to cash on hobbling excursions to the bank.
After a final video recap of the show, a dejected Reigns was shown hobbling up the ramp as his music played, the final image of one of the top few WrestleManias in recent memory.
But in the final minute Thursday night, Paul got sent to the floor and hobbled to the corner after missing a shot in the lane.
Air travel demand contracted violently, hobbling GE’s business as the world’s largest lessor of planes.
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cramp one's style, give a hard time;
HOBBLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hobble for English Language Learners
: to walk with difficulty because of injury or weakness
: to slow the movement, progress, or action of (someone or something)
: to keep (an animal) from straying or wandering by tying two legs together
HOBBLE Defined for Kids
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