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hobbled
used in For Whom the Bell Tolls

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

or:

hindered (made the action or progress of something difficult)
  • "I have only hobbled those which are liable to panic," Pablo said.
    Chapter 41 (10% in)
  • Then Pablo stuffed three hobbles he had in his hand into a saddlebag, stood up and said, "Que tal, woman?" and she only nodded, and then they were all mounting.
    Chapter 43 (64% in)
  • And Pablo hit the horse across the crupper with a hobbling strap and it looked as though Maria tried to slip from the saddle but Pilar and Pablo were riding close up against her and Pilar was holding her and the three horses were going up the draw.
    Chapter 43 (82% in)

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