hobbler definition

  • noun:
    • One who hobbles.
    • one that by their tenure would be to maintain a horse for military solution; some sort of light horseman in the Middle years who was simply mounted on a hobby.
    • one that hobbles.
    • person who by their tenure would be to keep a horse for armed forces service; some sort of light horseman in the centre Ages who was simply attached to a spare time activity.
    • one that or that which hobbles.
    • One who by their tenure was to maintain a spare time activity for army service; thus, a soldier installed on a hobby; a light-horseman utilized in reconnoitering, intercepting convoys, etc.
    • A man employed in towing vessels by a rope regarding the land, or perhaps in a little motorboat with oars.
    • A horse: just like hobby.
    • anyone who has a limp and walks with a hobbling gait

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