Wilson would not comment on whether she was related to Officer Wilson, and her Facebook page has since been disabled.
disabled athletes are finally being greeted by stadiums full of fans.
Though she does have a soft spot for the disabled, Sue is pretty much horrible in every other respect.
The liquid leaking from his disabled leg began to run clear.
Another student said she had a disabled brother for whom federal benefits were cut last year.
Call a disabled officer of my regiment—for he is disabled, ain't you, Grace?
He scanned the horizon anxiously, but could see no sign of the disabled tender.
Sherman rapidly sent North all his sick and disabled men, and all baggage that could be spared.
Blow after blow he warded off, till at last his own arm was disabled.
Two disabled soldiers hobbled across the bridge and disappeared in the deep shade of the avenue.
"incapacitated," 1630s, past participle adjective from disable. Earlier it meant "legally disqualified" (mid-15c.).
disabled dis·a·bled (dĭs-ā'bəld)
Impaired, as in physical functioning. n.
Physically impaired people considered as a group. Often used with the.