toe-dragging

toe-dragging

stiff or tired gait in which unadequate flexing of the limbs causes dragging of the toes.
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His overaggressive mistake led to a first-period goal for the Rangers, but he answered with a spectacular individual play for the tying goal in the second period, toe-dragging around Derek Dorsett and beating Henrik Lundqvist with an expertly placed shot.
The research and development phase, held in conjunction with SoleTech, was long and painstaking; the first few batches didn't hold up under the strain of toe-dragging and awkward gaits.
I see the toe-dragging trail of a solitary buck and the gouges where gaunt does and their fragile fawns pawed leaves in a frantic search for overlooked acorns, beechnuts, or shriveled persimmons.
Earlier, Rylan Schwartz gave the Sharks life, breaking into the zone and toe-dragging before firing a hard wrister over Hutchinson's glove hand at 12:12 of the second period.
Edelman displayed great concentration while extending to make a toe-dragging reception at the very back of the end zone.
Galloway has repeatedly displayed acute awareness and terrific concentration while making toe-dragging catches along the sideline and in the red zone during training camp.