verb (used with object), in·ca·pac·i·tat·ed, in·ca·pac·i·tat·ing.
- incandescent lamp,
- incapacity benefit,
Origin of incapacitate
Examples from the Web for incapacitate
I used to say under Bush the attempt to incapacitate me, “that one is not yet legal.”Daniel Ellsberg: Edward Snowden Is a Hero and We Need More Whistleblowers|Daniel Ellsberg|June 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Some very slight physical defects will incapacitate a man under the usual recruiting rules.
Dick found that Warner and Pennington both had wounds, although they were too slight to incapacitate them.The Guns of Shiloh|Joseph A. Altsheler
Whether I accompany him is uncertain; he is apprehensive that my health may incapacitate me.The Royal Institution|Bence Jones