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Etymology 1Edit

From limp +‎ -en.


limpen (third-person singular simple present limpens, present participle limpening, simple past and past participle limpened)

  1. (transitive, intransitive) To make or become limp.
    • 2008, David Deida, The Way of the Superior Man:
      Most men are limpened with doubts and uncertainties.
    • The fusion fires ebbing in the magnetic pinchtorus was a languid decay, a sorrowful limpening. Flaccid.
      2010 "Ares Express" by Ian McDonald
    • At the bottom were the generous buttocks, a crinkly anus and a vaginal passage containing my rapidly limpening penis.
      2010, "The Sex Sphere" by Rudy Rucker
    • The being started to change its color slightly, its thorns limpening, its hard bark of its body softening, slightly pruny like a human's skin in a bathtub too long.
      Shakey Quakey Ride by AndyRay Patton
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Etymology 2Edit

Variant of limping.



  1. Eye dialect spelling of limping.