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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.
References in classic literature ?
Better, however, to be foolish with happiness than foolish with misfortune, better to dance awkwardly than walk lamely.
he concluded lamely, feeling that he had failed to make his point, embarrassed by the circle of listeners.
And then, lamely, he promised to study up: "I will know more about the problems of this world by the time I sit [in the White House].
However Tory Mr Osborne lamely replied: "We don't need to increase VAT.
The sequel lamely tries rehashing every bit of a freak formula that worked once.
Her playroom, which she shared with her 8 year old brother (who is still critical in an Abu Dhabi hospital), is scattered with toys all over, a couple of bikes resting lamely against each other and the colourful slippers carelessly strewn on the carpet, as if waiting to be worn.
I have got hooked on an exercise regime lately," he says lamely.
He lamely tells us that he will always have a place in his heart for Albion yet tried every trick in the book to get out.
In the opening speech of "The Tragedy of King Richard the Third," published in 1591, the Bard of Avon has his title character declare: "I, that am curtailed of this fair proportion, / Cheated of feature by dissembling nature, / Deformed, unfinished, sent before my time / Into this breathing world, scarce half made up, / And that so lamely and unfashionable / That dogs bark at me as I halt by them.
Scottish Labour are lamely attempting to wash their hands of the decision, saying that Watson has rejoined the party in England, not Scotland, taking the decision to re-admit him out of their hands.
I could be your Yoda," quips Eddie lamely, who labours under the illusion that Star Wars references are still hip.
5m ($630,000 to the winner) Length 7,569 yards Par 72 Field 132 Course records - 72 holes 269 Derek Lamely (2010) 18 holes 63 Derek Lamely (2010), James Driscoll (2011), Chris Tidland (2011) Course winners taking part Michael Bradley (2), Derek Lamely When to bet By 11am Time difference Puerto Rico is four hours behind the UK and Ireland Course overview This Tom Kite layout is a composite course with holes taken from nine-hole layouts on the luxury leisure and residential complex.