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Definition of "impairing" []

  • To reduce or weaken in strength, quality, etc (verb)
  • Present participle of impair. (verb)

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Use "impairing" in a sentence
  • "JAMA study: Long hours equal to alcohol in impairing young doctors"
  • "Innocent pleas to charges of crimen injuria, namely impairing the dignity of another, were entered at the beginning of the trial on behalf of M and G Media Pty Ltd, Weekly Mail co-editor Anton"
  • "The behavior disorder, which often causes children to struggle mightily in school and in life, can be "impairing," says Mark Wolraich, lead author of the American Academy of Pediatrics 'clinical guidelines on diagnosing ADHD."