Definition of crippled in English:

crippled

Syllabification: crip·pled
Pronunciation: /ˈkripəld
 
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adjective

1(Of a person) unable to walk or move properly; disabled: a crippled old man
More example sentences
  • In the same way Hawking, trapped in a crippled body, is physically ensnared but has mentally transcended this barrier to achieve greatness.
  • He also had a mother crippled by arthritis and a father who was so ill he and his brother made almost daily visits to their parents.
  • In fact, it's apparent that he's an intellectually crippled man who deserves our mercy and compassion rather than our scorn.
1.1(Of a machine) severely damaged: the pilot displayed skill and nerve in landing the crippled plane
More example sentences
  • In years gone by a car or bike crippled on the downward journey ended the penny section with a DNF attached.
  • There is a crippled freighter as well with 22 people floundering around somewhere offshore.
  • Fuels spewed for six days from the crippled vessel before it went down today.

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