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Synonyms for cripple

Synonyms for cripple

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 drill will teach your dog that the splash of the shotgun blast indicates where the bird is, which is important when you're dealing with cripples and thinking about how limited a dog's view is when he gets into the water.
Mr Wright said: "He said all cripples should be killed and he would do it."
It doesn't matter if it's plantar fasciitis or a stress fracture, if it cripples you, you might not come back.
Cripples, once stabilised, need employment and independence.
How often are we cripples told to rid our minds of the illusion that we will recover?
Mark studs that land between window or door trimmers with a "C" to indicate cripples rather than full-height studs.
The second annual meeting of the Birmingham and District Adult Cripples' Guild was held yesterday.
"It cripples us as a business because we're only a local firm.
Ask whether they believe requiring the Senate to approve treaties cripples the authority of an elected President or is part of the system of checks and balances.
She believed that the curing of cripples was a more important moment in time than even the celebration of the Sabbath.
More than thirty years ago, in an essay called "Uncle Tom and Tiny Tim: Some Reflections on the Cripple as Negro," I suggested that cripples emulate the civil rights movement by focusing on political solutions to the problems of living under difficult physical conditions.
Day in and day out, these young workers perform backbreaking labor that cripples their small bodies and suffocates their young spirits.
Health experts say polio kills very few people but cripples about 40,000 children world-wide.
King William suffered a 6-1 loss in their journey to third-placed Hare and Hounds, while Crystal Allies overcame Rose Inn in a 5-2 verdict.The Prince have been struggling to get a team out in Division Two recently, and returned to action last week in disappointing fashion as they went down 6-1 to leaders Cripples B - despite the former winning the first frame.
She seems to have become active in the International Society for the Welfare of Cripples at some point after her return from Eastern Europe in 1924 (Groce: 1993).