Meaning of limpness in English:


Pronunciation /ˈlɪmpnəs/


See limp

‘The senator's action even obliquely rebuked Democrats for the limpness of their opposition.’
  • ‘The new persona has to stand out - and here Michael Howard's problem is the limpness of his statement.’
  • ‘He describes contemporary literature as being characterised by limpness, as having lost its potency.’
  • ‘He should have yielded, for the initial dramatic limpness was in large measure down to him.’
  • ‘The hairs' limpness makes it seem longer, as do the dull red highlights that have grown out.’