crippled

Type: Term Pronunciation: krip′ild Definitions: 1. Denoting a person who, owing to a physical defect or injury, is partially or completely disabled.
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crippled

[adj] - disabled in the feet or legs
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Crippled

Crippled: A medically outmoded and politically incorrect term that implies a serious loss of normal function through damage or loss of an essential body part or element. However, in the not-so-distant past there were US federal funds appropriated for 'crippled children.' The word 'cripple' is of Anglo-Saxon origin, from 'creopan' meaning 'to creep....
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Crippled

Crip'pled adjective Lamed; lame; disabled; impeded. 'The crippled crone.' Longfellow.
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crippled

Denoting a person who, owing to a physical defect or injury, is partially or completely disabled. ... Origin: A.S. Creopan, to creep ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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crippled

halt adjective disabled in the feet or legs; `a crippled soldier`; `a game leg`
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Crippled

• (a.) Lamed; lame; disabled; impeded. • (imp. & p. p.) of Cripple
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