Verb(1) make unable to perform a certain action(2) injure permanently
(1) As in the case for the forearm, attempts to immediately incapacitate an adversary by directing thrusts or cuts to leg muscles may not have been particularly effective.(2) Some experts, however, question the claim that chemical incapacitants are less lethal than conventional weapons.(3) I will tell the jury that he was mentally incapacitated or driven by emotion alone and hadn't a clue of how to deal.(4) I sweat like a racehorse, and very dark thoughts mingled with incapacitating spasms of pain.(5) If you do not comply, then appropriate levels of force may be used including the use of incapacitant spray.(6) Once a patient is extremely incapacitated , there is little medical motivation to aggressively treat such infections.(7) Patients whose postoperative courses were worse than expected cited reasons such as unanticipated pain, fatigue, and more incapacitation than expected.(8) Those physical injuries incapacitated her for her former job, but it was not suggested that they incapacitated her wholly.(9) A chemical weapon can be ├ö├ç├┐any chemical which through its chemical action on life processes can cause death, temporary incapacitation or permanent harm├ö├ç├û.(10) Such an informal check on the Court could give the public some assurances that law clerks are not running an incapacitated justice's office.(11) He came by last night and attacked my servants, mortally wounding one and incapacitating the other and threatened me with my life if I didn't hand the gems over.(12) The finding against us was that the worker did not show to the satisfaction of the review officer that he was incapacitated at the point in time he was seeking wages, workers' compensation payments and nothing more.(13) Many stepped up when wounds incapacitated their leaders.(14) He is married to Aggie, incapacitated with a broken leg, like Jimmy Stewart in Rear Window.(15) And the second bomber was injured or at least was incapacitated by that first attack, and his bomb didn't go off.(16) In his incapacitated state the bogus lawman fell gratefully back onto the grass.
(1) incapacitate :: 無能力
1. disenable ::
2. disable ::
Different Formsincapacitate, incapacitated, incapacitates, incapacitating
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