1 On with the hobble, on with the limp, since the dance was over.
2 Ah, cursed Gascon that I am, I get from one hobble into another.
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3 His drab courageous wife drove the wagon, and she helped Kennicott support him as he hobbled up the steps, into the house.
4 Still, even then, he did nothing more than swear a little, and wrapped his foot in old rags, and hobbled out to take the car.
5 But the other hobbled industriously after him.
6 He hobbled away, and I could see him hurrying, as well as he could, down the steps.
7 After a swift struggle of tongues Mr. Holohan hobbled out in haste.
8 On the fifteenth day I came in sight of the big river again, and hobbled into the Central Station.
9 Not far from them were three hobbled horses.
10 The other horses too were frightened, and splashing through the water with their hobbled legs, and drawing their hoofs out of the thick mud with a squelching sound, they bounded out of the marsh.
11 At my summons, instead of the man of violence whom we expected, a very old and wrinkled woman hobbled into the apartment.
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12 So the Prior of Saint Botolph's hobbled back again into the refectory, to preside over the stockfish and ale, which was just serving out for the friars' breakfast.
13 He hobbled over the grass as fast as he could.
14 She hobbled into the room where I was, leaning on a cane.
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15 Bidding the messenger walk fast, and not be all night hobbling up the stairs, she followed her from the room with a very ill grace, scolding all the way.