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halting
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Concise Dictionary
'hɔːltɪŋ
adj.
+disabled in the feet or legs
+fragmentary or halting from emotional strain

halts|halted|haltinghɔːlt
noun
+the state of inactivity following an interruption
+the event of something ending
+an interruption or temporary suspension of progress or movement
verb
+cause to stop
+come to a halt, stop moving
+stop from happening or developing
+stop the flow of a liquid
adj.
+disabled in the feet or legs
Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
hesitant, hesitating, wavering, shifting, uneven, faltering, stumbling, faulty, unsteady, awkward, stammering, stuttering:
He told her in halting English that there was no news of her friend.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ adjective
[usually before noun] (especially of speech or movement) stopping and starting often, especially because you are not certain or are not very confident: a halting conversation + a toddler's first few halting steps + Europe's halting progress towards greater unity
haltingly adverb: 'Well ...' she began haltingly.


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