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Present participle of incapacitate.
Their weapons weren't stunners, the laser weapons capable of incapacitating a horse with one glancing shot.
An incapacitating agent called aflatoxin, which produces vomiting and internal bleeding, was manufactured at Baghdad¹s Agricultural and Water Research Center.
A small proportion of children do experience social anxiety, incapacitating shyness that persists for months or more, which should be treated.
Dystonia may be painful as well as incapacitating.
A person may be physically strong and free from any illness, yet a mental health problem can be debilitating or even incapacitating.
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