But when the event approached, her blood pressure had plummeted, leaving her incapacitated.
I was humiliated, but also incapacitated by my desire to not be further alienated by becoming a “snitch.”
The Afghan government, currently incapacitated by corruption and incompetence, must be reformed.
There can be no debate about the meaning of “passed out”; even “incapacitated” is fairly straightforward.
And he seemed to be on the way to further withdrawal from the West Bank when he was incapacitated by a stroke in early 2006.
A warped shaft had incapacitated the automatic elevator, so he climbed three flights of stairs and found Aleta packing.
The fall fractured his ankle and incapacitated him from service.
The Lex Bæbia incapacitated him who gave a bribe to obtain office from filling any office for ten years.
Bell took his place; he too was suffering, but not so much as to be incapacitated.
I was afraid he would fall ill, and thus be incapacitated for the performance of his duty.