Handicap [noun]

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That could prove a severe handicap as the president-elect’s team prepares to take office amid a slew of threats from digital adversaries, including Russia, China and Iran.

Dwayne’s at a little bit of a handicap because he’s only been in the system a year, where Kyle’s been in it for three.

An absence of ducats, coupled with the necessity of getting my handicap down to ten, has prevented my speaking ere this.

We have laboured under a terrible handicap owing to an almost fatal departure from the Swadeshi spirit.

"Old John" could give Walter Winchel a handicap of twenty words a minute and then beat him at his own game.

The event of the season was the handicap race for the Cup given by the Queen, which took place on August 10.

He might yet accomplish big things although he was under a terrific handicap—and he might not.

It is a great handicap having no one to look after things down there.

The pursuing elephant, with this extra handicap, never brought Rajah into sight.

But Phipps was forbidden the house, and with such a handicap as that he surely was out of the running.