Incapacitate [verb]

Definition of Incapacitate:

put out of action

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Sentence/Example of Incapacitate:

A few years' knowledge of other countries than our own will not incapacitate me for that part.

It has been imagined that the plan was to incapacitate him by law for employment, and to hold him a State prisoner.

Defects of the senses do not incapacitate, if the testator possesses sufficient mind to perform a valid testamentary act.

He was one of those whom books cannot debilitate, nor a life of study incapacitate for the study of life.

This was to awe the troops of Count Menard Schomberg, and incapacitate them from fording the river.

The common moods that thus incapacitate the soul for faith are easily seen in any man's experience.

The image here is the hostage rescue team employing stun grenades to incapacitate an adversary, but on a far larger scale.

Let not the enjoyment of pleasures now within your grasp be carried to such excess as to incapacitate you from future repetition.

This agitation was however such as to incapacitate him during the afternoon for study of any kind.

His manly heart was so affected by this as to incapacitate him from expressing his thanks.