hobble

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hobble

1. a strap, rope, etc., used to hobble a horse
2. a castrated ferret
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Our disciplined column of hobblers, wounded, and porters was now climbing a steep slope, which offered no more protection than high grass and a few scattered trees.
FACTUAL The lovely city of Bristol is in the spotlight, as the 600-year-old traditional dock workers, known as Pill Hobblers, allow cameras to film them.