cripple[ krip-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF cripple
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRIPPLE
His intention was neither to kill nor to cripple his antagonist.
“The man is virtually a cripple,” he added with unmistakable feeling.
Then the cripple said to him: “If you are afraid, then you cannot become an Immortal!”
He was evidently a cripple, propped up in a strange wheelchair.
The first of these he might, perhaps, solve after a fashion, but the second—and he a cripple!
I only wound and cripple myself by trying to tear it down, or break through it.
And the Germans are working hard and not unsuccessfully to cripple it.
“By cunning and skill a cripple can do what he will,” said the Goose.
"Sure the gentleman isn't a bailiff nor a polisman," broke in the cripple, rebukingly.
"We wor to bring the doctor on our back, I hope," said a cripple in a bowl.