cripple

[n] - someone whose legs are disabled 2. [v] - deprive of strength or efficiency 3. [v] - deprive of the use of a limb, esp. a leg
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Cripple

Cripple: 1. A person who is lame or disabled. 2. To maim or disable a person. The word 'cripple' is a medically outmoded and politically incorrect term. It comes from the Anglo-Saxon 'creopan' meaning 'to creep.' Someone who was crippled, as from an oxcart rolling over his leg, had to creep along.
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Cripple

Crip'ple (krĭp'p'l) noun [ Middle English cripel , crepel , crupel , Anglo-Saxon crypel (akin to D. kreuple , G. krüppel , Danish kröbling , Icelandic kryppill ), prop., one that can not walk, but must creep, from Anglo-Saxon creó...
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Cripple

Crip'ple transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Crippled (-p'ld); present participle & verbal noun Crippling (-pl?ng).] 1. To deprive of the use of a limb, particularly of a leg or foot; to lame. « He had crippled...
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Cripple

Crip'ple [ Local. U. S.] (a) Swampy or low wet ground, often covered with brush or with thickets; bog. « The flats or cripple land lying between high- and low-water lines, and over which the waters of the stream ordinarily come and go.» Pennsylvania Law Reports. (b) A rocky shallow i...
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cripple

noun someone who is unable to walk normally because of an injury or disability to the legs or back
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Cripple

• (v. t.) To deprive of strength, activity, or capability for service or use; to disable; to deprive of resources; as, to be financially crippled. • (v. t.) To deprive of the use of a limb, particularly of a leg or foot; to lame. • (a.) Lame; halting. • (n.) One who creeps, halts, or limps; one who has lost, or never had, the us...
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Cripple

Cripple was old slang for a bent or battered sixpence.
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Cripple

- Short vertical '2 by 4's or 6's' frame lumber installed above a window or door.
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cripple

A cut in an unseasoned joist, bearer or stud designed to reduce movement in a floor or wall as the structural timber seasons
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Cripple

As in 'to cripple the deck.' Meaning that you have most or all of the cards that somebody would want to have with the current board. If you have pocket kings, and the other two kings flop, you have crippled the deck.
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cripple

A mis-shapen, burnt or otherwise undesirable unit.
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Cripple

A cripple is a person or animal with a physical disability, particularly one who is unable to walk because of an injury or illness. The word was recorded as early as 950 AD, and derives from the Proto-Germanic krupilaz. The German and Dutch words Krüppel and kreupel are cognates. By the 1970s, the word generally came to be regarded as pejorative ...
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Cripple

Short vertical '2 by 4's or 6's' frame lumber installed above a window or door.
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