disabled

[ dis-ey-buh ld ]SEE DEFINITION OF disabled

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISABLED

He did not reflect that just because he was not his, he did not feel the wounds that disabled from action.

We are natural enemies; and when your foe is disabled, then is the time to strike.

The Speedwell had been forced to put back in a disabled condition.

This incident had a depressing effect on the passengers of the disabled ship.

When the commander is disabled, the chief-of-staff continues the action.

The odd one, a disabled man, had been left below to his fate.

Now that he was disabled and could not work, he began to feel the strain.

They could only be disabled by a direct hit from a large gun.

Paula's cousin had disabled their plane and reported their presence.

Karl has been disabled by a wound in the right arm, and can render no further help.

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