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limp-wristed

1. Weak; lacking force or conviction. Use with caution due to meaning 2. Many have criticized the president's limp-wristed response to the attack, calling for him to authorize a full-fledged military strike.
2. offensive Weak and effeminate; lacking qualities typically associated with masculinity. Used in a derogatory way to imply that a man is homosexual. He was at first dismissed out of hand by many as just a limp-wristed fop, but he proved himself to be one of the toughest litigators in the country.

limp rag

1. A very weak willed, helpless, or cowardly person; one who lacks any real resolve, inner-strength, or motivation. My father was a sweet man, but he was a limp rag in all other aspects of life, bending to the will of everyone around him. I tried to raise you to be strong and independent, not some limp rag who just coasts through life without ambition. The new supervisor has been as effective at controlling his team as a limp rag.
2. One who is completely worn out or without energy. Between my hectic job and trying to mind the kids, I always feel like a limp dish rag by the time I get to bed at night. My dad used to work crazy long hours when we were kids, and he would just sit on the sofa like a limp rag on the weekends.
See also: limp, rag

limp dishrag

1. A very weak willed, helpless, or cowardly person; one who lacks any real resolve, inner-strength, or motivation. My father was a sweet man, but he was a limp dishrag in all other aspects of life, bending to the will of everyone around him. I tried to raise you to be strong and independent, not some limp dishrag who just coasts through life without ambition. The new supervisor has been as effective at controlling his team as a limp dishrag.
2. One who is completely worn out or without energy. Between my hectic job and trying to mind the kids, I always feel like a limp dish rag by the time I get to bed at night. My dad used to work crazy long hours when we were kids, and he would just sit on the sofa like a limp dishrag on the weekends.
See also: dishrag, limp

limpdick

1. noun, vulgar slang A weak, cowardly, or ineffectual man. Don't be such a limpdick, Tom—just sign the contract already! I had a great opportunity to make our firm a lot of money, but our boss was too much of a limpdick to do what it took to make it happen.
2. adjective, vulgar slang Completely lacking in strength, resolve, and integrity. He talked a big talk during the election, but after taking office he's proved to be just another limpdick politician. My limpdick manager wouldn't deal with the abusive behavior from some of the staff.

(limp) dishrag

n. a totally helpless person; a cowardly and spineless person. He’s sweet, but he’s a dishrag.
See also: dishrag, limp

limpdick

n. a weak or ineffective male. Stand up for yourself. Don’t be such a limpdick.
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Striker Gavin Gordon also limped off yesterday, with a sore Achilles tendon.
Robinson, who is due to name his 30-man squad tomorrow, faced an anxious wait after Cueto limped off just 12 minutes into the Sharks' Heineken Cup defeat to the Ospreys on Friday.
The pounds 18.6m signing from Tottenham, making only his second appearance in United colours, limped off with an ankle injury after just 17 minutes following a challenge from behind by Kenneth Perez.
The youngster limped off near the end of the4-2win over Dundee United.
Wrexham's first-choice keeper Andy Dibble limped off with a ligament injury after seven minutes and 10 minutes later referee George Cain also limped off after twisting an ankle.
Zambian-born Earnshaw limped out of Cardiff's Second Division victory against Swindon Town with a recurrence of his hamstring injury.
The Reds had made a lively start but lost their way after Steven Gerrard limped off with an injury and the Liverpool midfielder must now be a serious doubt for Tuesday night's vital Premiership clash with Manchester United at Old Trafford.
Gloucester flanker Andy Hazell limped out of their victory over Worcester but coach Nigel Melville said: "He took a bang on the knee but should be fine for Saturday."
Super Ally limped off before the end of the exiles' 4-3 extra time win.
However, the Arsenal centre-forward limped out of an open training session in Maeshima.
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Foley limped out of the win against Offaly last Sunday week with a hamstring injury which will sideline him for around five weeks.
The Costa Rica man, who used to play for Derby County, was booked and Sun Jihai limped out of the action with a damaged left ankle eight minutes later.
A FERRY carrying nearly 900 people limped into port yesterday after catching fire in the North Sea.
CELTIC stars Neil Lennon and Henrik Larsson sparked an injury scare when they limped out of training yesterday - and before you ask, Bobo Balde wasn't involved.