halt (v.)
limp, proceed lamely
2H4 I.ii.248 [Falstaff alone] 'Tis no matter if I do halt
2H4 II.iv.49 [Falstaff to Doll] to serve bravely is to come halting off [with bawdy pun]
AC IV.vii.16 [Scarus to Antony] I'll halt after
Ham II.ii.325 [Hamlet to Rosencrantz and Guildenstern] the blank verse shall halt for 't
MA I.i.61 [Beatrice to Messenger, of Benedick] four of his five wits went halting off
R3 I.i.23 [Richard alone] dogs bark at me as I halt by them
R3 I.ii.250 [Richard alone, of himself] that halts and am misshapen thus
Tem IV.i.11 [Prospero to Ferdinand, of Miranda] she will outstrip all praise, / And make it halt behind her
Tim IV.i.24 [Timon alone, of sciatica] Cripple our senators, that their limbs may halt / As lamely as their manners
TN V.i.189 [Sir Andrew to Viola as Cesario] Here comes Sir Toby halting
TNK V.iv.10 [Palamon to his knights] we come towards the gods ... not halting under crimes / Many and stale
TS II.i.250 [Petruchio to Katherina] Thou dost not halt
TS III.ii.88 [Baptista to Petruchio, of his entrance] And yet you halt not

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