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hobbled
used in The Lucky One

5 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)
  • Even as they struggled through the underbrush, Beth hobbling beside him, Clayton couldn't ignore what he was seeing.
    Chapter 38 (23% in)
  • Beth hobbled to her feet and tried to walk.
    Chapter 38 (53% in)
  • She rose again and hobbled forward, immune to the pain, trying desperately to keep him in view.
    Chapter 38 (81% in)
  • She hobbled and fell, rose again and scrambled forward, then fell once more.
    Chapter 38 (83% in)
  • She hobbled and hopped and thrashed her way forward, trying and failing to keep up with the current.
    Chapter 38 (87% in)

There are no more uses of "hobbled" in The Lucky One.

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