impairment

[ im-pair-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF impairment

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPAIRMENT

In every instance there is an impairment of natural nervous force.

He cannot, however, advance any other cause of this impairment than abnormal heat.

Pain or impairment of function indicate removal after convalescence.

By nature, women should be more subject to impairment of voice than men.

The impairment does not, however, amount to absolute blindness.

This impairment of movement has its origin generally in a want of use.

The abuse of tobacco leads to impairment of vision in the growing youth.

She was a short, stoutly-built figure, somewhat past the middle of life, but without any impairment of activity in her movements.

Then again, the production of undesirable flavors or impairment in texture may arise from imperfect curing conditions.

She was a short, stoutly built figure, somewhat past the middle of life, but without any impairment of activity in her movements.

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