Lame - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- a fabric interwoven with threads of metal
The horse had gone lame, and it grew lamer.
The accident left him lame for life.
He offered a lame apology for his actions.
She's nice, but her boyfriend is really lame.
...we were afraid that the horse would be lamed by its horrible fall...
She gave some lame excuse about missing the bus.
A lot of the songs on this album are a bit lame.
The fall left him badly lamed.
...only hard-core fans of teen sex comedies will snicker at this lame attempt...
...made a snort of derision at the lame suggestion...
...a lame comedy about the misadventures of yokels in the big city...
It was a bla movie with lame acting.
That's a lame excuse.
In his capacity as president of the firm, Mr. Lame has supervised and worked on hundreds of investigations.
The President was a lame duck during the end of his second term.
present participle: laming
past tense: lamed
past participle: lamed
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