Physically or mentally disabled: a pool equipped for handicapped swimmers. (adjective)
People who have a physical or mental disability considered as a group. Often used with the.(noun)
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Use "handicapped" in a sentence
"Providing services for the handicapped is a wonderful thing."
"This example seems absurd, but the actual result of depriving kids of the kind of science that will allow them to compete in a world not similarly handicapped is similar in terms of effect."
"Some guy put an “Impeach Obama” bumper sticker on his car thinking it would let him park in handicapped parking spaces."