The dictionary says the word "lame" means "weak and not persuasive". And is "lamest" used as a same meaning? Could you give some tip about how to use "lamest"?
The word "lame" as an adjective in this case does mean "weak", "not persuasive", and also "pathetic". "Lamest" is the superlative form of "lame", and means that something is the most weak, the most unpersuasive, or the most pathetic. So "lamest" is used only in the most extreme cases of something which is the most "lame". Here's a few examples of "lamest": Ex: That is the lamest essay I have ever read. It sounds like you didn't even try at all. Ex: There were a lot of lame excuses made but his excuse was the lamest.
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