crippled

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adjective

  1. Having a less than fully functional limb, or injuries which prevent full mobility.

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  2. Having any difficulty or impediment which can be likened to a crippling injury.

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  3. Simple past tense and past participle of cripple.

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Examples

  • "It came up in what we call the crippled mode and we're still assessing what was responsible for that," said Squyres, in an interview yesterday.

    Planetary Society Daily Almanac

  • Hmm, the reason lambdas are crippled is because it's awkward (to say the least) to have an indentation-based function body inside an expression.

    A few more Python thoughts from a Perl guy : #comments

  • The benefit of the full browser, not to mention the multi-touch environment, on the iPhone is completely lost if web sites start presenting themselves in [crippled] pseudo-mobile WAP-like format.

    Scripting News for 7/1/2007 « Scripting News Annex

  • Because it was a temporary organization, cobbled together from various agencies to whom many of its officials still owed allegiance, it was crippled from the start by pre-existing turf fights.

    Welcome to the Green Zone

  • He volunteered to continue the mission despite the fact that he was critically low on ammunition and his aircraft was crippled from the hits it sustained.

    Swanson, Jon E.

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Related Words For crippled

equivalent

unfit

antonym

noncrippled

uncrippled

synonym

lamed

lame

disabled

verb-stem

cripple

rhyme

rippled

tripled