1 Under her shapeless dress her body kept its limp immobility, and her dark eyes had the bright witch-like stare that disease of the spine sometimes gives.
2 He said nothing but lifted her limp hand to his lips and kissed it.
3 She felt as limp as a rag doll, warm, weak and helpless, and his supporting arms were so pleasant.
4 Let other soldiers limp by in rags with their feet tied up in sacks and strips of carpet, but not Ashley.
5 He took her limp hand and pressed the damp clay into it and closed her fingers about it.
6 He took Melanie's limp body from Archie's arms with ease.
7 She felt again the rush of helplessness, the sinking yielding, the surging tide of warmth that left her limp.
8 Hastily she grasped the limp hand lying on the coverlet and was frightened anew by its chill.
9 Guy pulled his soft mustache, looked self-conscious, and turned Mr. Grimm into a limp dummy.
10 She had been walking alone with her arms hanging limp, letting her white skirts trail along the dewy path.
11 And then Jurgis went limp, and caught himself on the ladder.
12 The orator sat in a chair, with his shoulders sunk together and his eyes half closed; his face was ghastly pale, almost greenish in hue, and one arm lay limp at his side.
13 But the other gave him a glance as from the depths of a tomb, and raised his limp hand in a prophetic manner and turned away.
14 That creature had gone a little way when she began to limp and show every sign of being foot-sore.
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15 Slowly they began to limp back towards the farm.