Incapacitating in a sentence

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Definition of Incapacitating

  • causing disability.

How to use incapacitating in a sentence. Incapacitating pronunciation.

That of incapacitating Senor Rojas for to-night, and perhaps several nights to come," replied Gale.
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From infancy I had laboured under the infirmity of a severe lameness, but, as I believe is usually the case with men of spirit who suffer under personal inconveniences of this nature, I had, since the improvement of my health, in defiance of this incapacitating circumstance, distinguished myself by the endurance of toil on foot or horseback, having often walked thirty miles a-day, and rode upwards of a hundred without stopping.
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Under provocation, anger, quick-flaming, unreasonable and unreasoning, burned itself out in poorly restrained explosions-a quarter-hour of wrath, a half-hour of tears and a half-day of almost incapacitating headache.
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Sickness, weakly accepted at first, later grew, and as an octopus, entwined its incapacitating tentacles about and slowly strangled a life into worthlessness.
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With Mr. Simon he held many an anxious conference on the matter, but nothing could either think of except the heart-wearing endeavour after favour with one or other of the magazines-involving an outlay of much time, a sick deferment of hope, and great discouragement; for how small were the chances of his work proving acceptable to this or that man who, with the best intentions for the SUCCESS of the magazine in his charge, and a keen enough perception of the unworthy in literature, had most likely no special love for the truth, or care to teach it, and was besides under the incapacitating influence, the deadening, debilitating, stupefying effect of having continually to judge-not to mention the enervating hopelessness that at length falls, I presume, upon every editor of a popular magazine, of finding one pearl among the cartloads of oysters sent him by unknown divers in the gulf of literature-filling him with amazement that there should be so many to write so well, and so few to write better.
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The head of the family meets with some serious accident, incapacitating him for labor, and straightway, instead of being the breadwinner and family support, he becomes a care and a burden.
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Examples of Incapacitating

Example #1
I can conceive of no greater pleasure than giving the service you require.
Example #2
As he bent over her hands and kissed them he seemed to feel himself renewed, remade.
Example #3
In this manner I made many pleasant journeys through parts of the country then not very accessible, gaining more amusement and instruction than I have been able to acquire since I have travelled in a more commodious manner.
Example #4
I ought to have mentioned that, since my fourteenth or fifteenth year, my health, originally delicate, had been extremely robust.
Example #5
She was ambitious and had rebelled at her limitations, especially as she grew to realize the smallness and emptiness of the home-life.
Example #6
The other Virginia was a conglomerate of unhappy and harmful emotions-impatient in the face of small irregularities, frequently irritable to unpleasantness, and dominated by the false sensitiveness of unmerited pride.