crippling

تعطيل

verb

  1. Present participle of cripple.

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  2. That cripples

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  3. State of being crippled; lameness.

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  4. Spars or timbers set up as a support against the side of a building.

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Examples

  • He mentioned specifically what he called the crippling disease of corruption.

    CNN Transcript Sep 6, 2001

  • A senior Russian diplomat says his country will not support what he called crippling sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program.

    MyAntiwar.org

  • D.C., as part of a multi-phase process aimed at mitigating what they call the crippling effects of alcohol misuse and crime in the United States.

  • And, if such an authoritarian mechanism were installed, could its enforcement also result in crippling certain innovations that would have benefitted things?

    LaLa and DRM

  • In one of the largest Statehouse rallies ever, thousands of unionized government workers and social-service advocates rallied for an income-tax hike that could avert billions of dollars in crippling budget cuts.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Raise our Taxes!

Related Words For crippling

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unhealthful

verb-stem

cripple

rhyme

Kipling

rippling

stripling