impaired[ im-paird ]SEE DEFINITION OF impaired
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPAIRED
Lydia's perfectly concrete faith was not impaired in the least.
About the last year his sight, which had been impaired for many years, failed.
Time cannot change it, nor can it be impaired by the decrees of tyranny or of justice.
The bey was always pleasant with me, but my influence was impaired.
So his judgment is impaired and the moral dignity of his soul debased.
Then when at last he did begin these latter the steady progress of his convalescence was impaired.
This larger influence was not impaired by Byron's ethical poverty.
If the general health be not in the least impaired, this need cause no anxiety.
My guess was that their sight was impaired so that they could not see the fly.
It may be used when the digestion is impaired for some reason.