lameness
Noun

lameness

  1. An impediment to walking due to the feet or legs.
    His lameness may have prevented him from walking but it didn't stop him from running for public office.
  2. (informal) The quality of being lame, pathetic or uncool.
    I can't believe the lameness of the special effects in that movie.



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