cripple


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to deprive of a limb or bodily member or its use

to render powerless or motionless, as by inflicting severe injury

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someone who is unable to walk normally because of an injury or disability to the legs or back

deprive of strength or efficiency

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deprive of the use of a limb, especially a leg

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This will start to simulate what he will experience when you're finishing off a cripple on the water.
Gaming in Colorado is limited to three historic mining towns: Black Hawk and Central City, which adjoin each other, and Cripple Creek.
The Cripple of Inishmaan" was mounted in London last year with Radcliffe and previously had off-Broadway productions at the Public Theater and at the Atlantic Theater Company.
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THE British Wind Energy Association's homepage claims the Conservative Party's proposals in its new environmental report 'would end all support for onshore wind - and cripple the UK wind industry overnight".
Union chiefs have said that industrial action could cripple mail deliveries nationally.
A cripple learns to love what he needs--and a boy with dead legs needs nothing more than strong shoulders.
Mother, when I go to heaven Will the angels let me stay Just because I am a cripple Will they say I'm in their way.
The words and music were composed in the 11th century by a monk known as Hermanus Contractus, or, Hermann the Cripple.
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