Meaning of lameness in English:

lameness

Pronunciation /ˈleɪmnəs/

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noun

See lame

‘About 70 lambs were treated for footrot, which causes lameness, by Mr Drouin and Beale between January 17 and 19 and two lambs were put down.’
  • ‘The research team, led by Dr Pat Dillon at Teagasc Moorepark, found that one of the imported breeds, the Normandes, had a high incidence of lameness.’
  • ‘He was convicted of four charges of causing unnecessary suffering to sheep and lambs by failing to treat or seek veterinary advice for emaciation and lameness and cleared of three charges.’
  • ‘Within the film's inescapable overarching lameness, in fact, there are actually several strong elements.’
  • ‘Even the enthusiastic and gleeful performances can't compensate for the utter lameness of it all.’