crippled

  • 1 Crippled — Crip pled (kr?p p ld), a. Lamed; lame; disabled; impeded. The crippled crone. Longfellow. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 crippled — index defective, disabled (made incapable), helpless (powerless), imperfect, incapable, marred, powerless …

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  • 3 crippled — [adj] disabled bedridden, broken, damaged, defective, deformed, enfeebled, game, gimp*, halt, hamstrung*, handicapped, harmed, hog tied*, housebound, impaired, incapacitated, laid up*, lame, maimed, mangled, marred, mutilated, out of commission* …

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  • 4 Crippled — This is a medically outmoded and politically incorrect term today. However, in the not so distant past there were U.S. federal funds appropriated for crippled children. (This writer served as a physician in the Crippled Children s Division,… …

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  • 5 Crippled — Cripple Crip ple, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Crippled} ( p ld); p. pr. & vb. n. {Crippling} ( pl?ng).] 1. To deprive of the use of a limb, particularly of a leg or foot; to lame. [1913 Webster] He had crippled the joints of the noble child. Sir W.… …

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  • 6 crippled — adjective a) Having a less than fully functional limb, or injuries which prevent full mobility. 1848 A crippled man, twenty years older than you, whom you will have to wait on? Charlotte Bronte, Jane Eyre, [ Chapter 17.] b) Having any difficulty… …

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  • 7 crippled — adjective crippled soldiers Syn: disabled, paralyzed, incapacitated, physically handicapped, lame, immobilized, bedridden, in a wheelchair, paraplegic, quadriplegic; euphemistic physically challenged …

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  • 8 crippled — un·crippled; …

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  • 9 crippled — adjective disabled in the feet or legs (Freq. 1) a crippled soldier a game leg • Syn: ↑halt, ↑halting, ↑lame, ↑gimpy, ↑game • S …

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  • 10 crippled — Synonyms and related words: bad, castrated, damaged, debilitated, disabled, disarmed, disqualified, emasculated, game, halt, halting, hamstrung, handicapped, hobbling, hog tied, incapacitated, inoperative, invalidated, lame, limping, maimed,… …

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  • 11 crippled — (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Physically handicapped] Syn. disabled, lame, maimed; see deformed , disabled . 2. [Damaged] Syn. harmed, impaired, weakened, disabled; see broken 1 , 2 , weakened …

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  • 12 crippled — adj drunk. An item of student slang in use in London and elsewhere since around 2000 …

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  • 13 crippled — crip·pled || krɪpld adj. handicapped, disabled, lame; weakened, defective crip·ple || krɪpl n. lame person, person who is unable to use one of their limbs; lame animal v. make lame, maim, disable; damage …

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  • 14 crippled — adjective Syn: disabled, paralysed, incapacitated, (physically) handicapped, lame, immobilized, bedridden, confined to a wheelchair; euphemistic physically challenged …

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  • 15 Crippled Summer — South Park episode Jimmy and Timmy with fellow campmates. Episode no. Season 14 Episode 7 …

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  • 16 Crippled Black Phoenix — Origin United Kingdom Genres Post rock, Ambient music Progressive rock Years active 2004–present Labels Invada Records/Domino …

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  • 17 Crippled Avengers — Directed by Chang Cheh Produced by Mona Fong …

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  • 18 Crippled Lucifer — Studio album by Burning Witch Released 1998 Recorded 1996–1997 …

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  • 19 Crippled Inside — Song by John Lennon from the album Imagine Released September 9, 1971 (US) October 8, 1971 (UK) Recorded 1971 Genre Country rock …

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  • 20 Crippled Intellect Publications — Crippled Intellect Productions, better known as C.I.P., is a record label for experimental music based in Chicago, IL, and run by the sound artist Blake Edwards. Edwards performs and records under the name Vertonen, and is a member of the noise… …

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