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[hawl-ting] /ˈhɔl tɪŋ/

faltering or hesitating, especially in speech.
faulty or imperfect.
limping or lame:
a halting gait.
hesitant: halting speech

“act of limping or walking lamely,” early 14c., verbal noun from halt (v.). Related: Haltingly.


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