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hobbled
used in Main Street

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Definition
walked with difficulty (due to injury or physical impediment)

or:

hindered (made the action or progress of something difficult)
  • His drab courageous wife drove the wagon, and she helped Kennicott support him as he hobbled up the steps, into the house.
    Chapter 15 (14% in)
  • They hobbled behind a band made up of business men and high-school boys, who straggled along without uniforms or ranks or leader, trying to play Chopin's Funeral March—a shabby group of neighbors with grave eyes, stumbling through the slush under a solemnity of faltering music.
    Chapter 35 (5% in)

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