Definition for incapacitated (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), in·ca·pac·i·tat·ed, in·ca·pac·i·tat·ing.
Examples from the Web for incapacitated
But when the event approached, her blood pressure had plummeted, leaving her incapacitated.Hell Hath No Fury Like Valerie Trierweiler, the French President’s Ex|Lizzie Crocker|November 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
She notes that in some 70 percent of assaults categorized in the poll, alcohol was involved, and the woman was incapacitated.
Australian investigators say they believe the doomed Boeing 777 flew on autopilot and that the crew was incapacitated.
There can be no debate about the meaning of “passed out”; even “incapacitated” is fairly straightforward.
Actually, university policy states that a person cannot consent when “incapacitated.”
As a result of breathing the fumes of the lead paint, Schroeder was incapacitated for work by acute lead poisoning.
In some cases a super-abundant physique has incapacitated actors from playing many parts.The Drama|Henry Irving
Water should be placed within its reach, and offered during the day, the head being held while the incapacitated animal drinks.The Dog|Dinks, Mayhew, and Hutchinson
The affection tends to become progressively worse until the patient is incapacitated for work or enjoyment.
The Lex Bæbia incapacitated him who gave a bribe to obtain office from filling any office for ten years.Plutarch's Lives, Volume II|Aubrey Stewart & George Long