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lame

disabled or crippled in the legs or feet

What does it mean when you dream about limping?

A dream about limping could represent feelings of weakness, inadequacy, or uncertainties about a particular situation. A dream about lameness might also be alluding to the metaphorical use of “lame” as being pathetic or unoriginal.

lamé

[la′mā]
(textiles)
A fabric, usually of silk, rayon, or polyester, ornamented with flat metal threads.
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Finally, Dyer lamely slipped over in the last minute to allow Bolo Zenden's cross to set up Boro's equaliser.
Kevin Keegan's team left dazed, confused and battered in Eindhoven by Portugal four years ago, after lamely surrendering a two-goal lead.
But by then he realised that the documentary team wasn't going to lamely swallow his lies.
Users lamely attempt to justify their sick habits by calling it a recreational drug.
We made our own enquiries and were told - rather lamely - that it was "human error".
In the long-term, difficult decisions will have to be made," the programme concluded lamely.
In her pathetic defence at PMQs, she lamely suggested that "the Government are customers of Carillion, not its managers".
Our political monopolists cannot but lamely caution on the need for control of expenses but the fact is that the expenses must be met.
The Swans' lacklustre League Cup performance also drew stinging criticism from fans and pundits as Clement's side went down lamely to Manchester United.
Pushing on the back foot to a Rory Smith away-swinger that started on a fourth-stump line and kept swinging, Billings lamely followed to edge to the keeper.
After running off twice, Hamilton clipped the wall to end the session sitting in a smoking, buckled mess of a Mercedes, his front right wheel flopping lamely, the suspension smashed.
A great lie I had constructed and am still lamely buttressing.