Crippling [verb]

Definition of Crippling:

disable; make lame

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Sentence/Example of Crippling:

But the continual drafts had kept ever in advance of the receipts, draining the exchequer—crippling its faculties.

Hotham's very indifference and lethargy, while crippling his enterprise, increased his independence.

I think I could wipe out a dishonor by crippling the other man, but I don't see how I could do it by letting him cripple me.

Happy Jack, crippling painfully on the stones, fled fruitlessly after, still shouting threats.

It consists in a sort of transitory crippling of those nerves that end in the walls of small arteries.

Or had the Throgs tried to blast the Terran ship in the upper atmosphere, crippling it, making this a forced landing?

Unyielding obstinacy in discussion is deadening to conversation, and yet the extreme contrary is crippling.

The nine is crippling along without you, but I tell you we miss you out there in center field.

In general what they want they get, without crippling effort.

The destruction is a great deal to me in crippling our adversary.