incapacitated

[ in-kuh-pas-i-tey-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF incapacitated

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Bell took his place; he too was suffering, but not so much as to be incapacitated.

On the incapacitated German soldier every possible care is bestowed.

The toil and hardship of the journey had incapacitated the others.

The fall fractured his ankle and incapacitated him from service.

When I first saw him, he had been incapacitated from work for about a year.

This was Mephibo-sheth; but he was incapacitated for the throne by lameness.

Peary was incapacitated; he was let loose and followed for a time, but then disappeared.

He hoped that Tom would be incapacitated for a week or more.

Suppose you were incapacitated, Archie, do you imagine that I am quite helpless?

Sea legs had been acquired by that time and few on board were incapacitated.

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bedridden

adjectivesick in bed
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