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    Cool crutches

    Hi,

    Which sentence is correct?

    He's walking with crutches.
    He's walking by crutches.
    He's walking on crutches.

    If none of them is correct? How should I say it? Which is the most common term?

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    Re: crutches

    Quote Originally Posted by bieasy View Post
    Hi,

    Which sentence is correct?

    He's walking with crutches.
    He's walking by crutches.
    He's walking on crutches.

    If none of them is correct? How should I say it? Which is the most common term?

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