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Synonyms for incapacitated

Synonyms for incapacitated

lacking in or deprived of strength or power


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Kit, who in despatching his bread and meat had been swallowing two-thirds of his knife at every mouthful with the coolness of a juggler, stopped short in his operations on being thus appealed to, and bawled 'Nobody isn't such a fool as to say he doosn't,' after which he incapacitated himself for further conversation by taking a most prodigious sandwich at one bite.
Belmonte and Marzo argued that Regencia was legally incapacitated to do so.
Issa Qaraqe, head of the Prisoners Commission in the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), said the Israeli soldier who killed Abdul Fattah al-Sharif in cold blood while incapacitated should be tried in an international tribunal.
Incapacitated wrongdoers like Arsenault pose a problem for reasons-responsiveness accounts of moral responsibility.
It is important to have an Enduring Power of Attorney in order to appoint a person to take care of your financial affairs if you become incapacitated.
An incapacitated Russian cargo ship is now in port in Prince Rupert on British Columbia's north coast, ending fears that the vessel, which lost power Thursday night, would drift ashore, hit rocks and spill hundreds of tonnes of fuel.
Through the directive, a competent adult may designate an agent to make health care decisions on his or her behalf, should he or she become incapacitated in the future (either temporarily or permanently).
Guardianship is the creation of a relationship between the state and one person, the guardian, who is given the authority to make a decision for the incapacitated person, known as the ward.
500,000 will be given to the officials incapacitated and released from service for having become invalid as a result of injury in encounters, bomb blasts, riots, watch and ward duty or terrorist activity.
500,000/- to officers/officials incapacitated and released from service for having become invalid as a result of injury in encounters/bomb blasts, riots/watch and ward duty or terrorist activity.
vice-president Dick Cheney kept a secret resignation letter locked away in a safe in case he were ever to be incapacitated, he reveals in his new book.
I am currently on Workers' Compensation--off work, totally incapacitated.
Crown Prince Sultan has been incapacitated by illness for at least (t)he past year," the U.
Choosing for incapacitated patients is a major challenge in medicine.
A health care directive--also called an advance directive--specifies your medical wishes in case you are incapacitated.