1 hobble, stagger, totter, dodder, falter:
He limped slowly along the road.
2 hobble, hobbling, stagger, staggering, totter, tottering, dodder, doddering, falter, faltering, claudication, Slang US gimp:
He was easy to recognize at a distance because of his limp.
1 flaccid, flabby, lax, slack, soft, drooping, relaxed, unstarched, unstiffened, soft, flexible, pliable, floppy, loose:
The banners hung limp in the still, sultry air.
2 exhausted, tired, fatigued, worn out, spent, enervated, wasted, debilitated, weak, feeble, frail:
He felt limp with exhaustion after the day's hiking.
3 weak, feeble, ineffective, ineffectual, flimsy, half-hearted, lukewarm, spineless, thewless, namby-pamby, Colloq wishy-washy Slang gutless:
Having to visit her grandmother seemed a pretty limp excuse to me.