Definition of limp:
spiritless, beaten, thumb, proceed slowly, done in, lank, logy, friable, hitch, brittle, ductile, spent, bumble, prostrate, vulnerable, wearied, flounder, pliable, worn, tapped out, knackered, encumbrance, dead, jaded, incumbrance, move, catch, languishing, buck, languorous, jerk, pooped, beat, enervated, thrive, floppy, shuffle, bushed, lag, burned-out, supple, stride, hinderance, lackadaisical, bungle, stay, fragile, walk, hitchhike, walk lamely, wilted, flimsy, step, blunder, fetter, teeter, unsubstantial, last, commemorative, drained, weak, attempted, hindrance, hobble, preventative, plastic, goose step, maiden, done, exist, stale, delicately balanced, wiped out, duty tour, formative, aweary, soft, tour of duty, live to fight/see another day, hang-up, rigid, all in, tuckered, flaccid, survive, stop, arrest, snag, impressible, enlistment, claudicate, face-saving, gait, check, breakable, bleary, fighting for survival, lame, played out, relaxed, term of enlistment, lax, slack, yielding, desperate, dodder, lamely, flexible, amateur, halt, interference, limber, rub, muddle, stiff, fumble, tick over, reel, pliant, toddle, come through, hopple, flabby, stoppage, frail, crumbly, pace, tour, flag, shuffle, fudge, hostile, languid, gimp, strut, preventive, washed-out, wobble.
- loose (part of speech: adjective)
- weak (part of speech: adjective)
- weary (part of speech: adjective)
- stumble (part of speech: verb)
- "Swirling Waters", Max Rittenberg.
- "Taken Alive", E. P. Roe.
- "Captain Jinks, Hero", Ernest Crosby.