Similar words: impair, impairment, pair, repair, despair, a pair of, campaign, impact. Meaning: [ɪm'per /-'peə] adj. 1. diminished in strength, quality, or utility 2. mentally or physically unfit.
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1 A recurring knee injury may have impaired his chances of winning the tournament.
2 Her sight is badly impaired.
3 Visually impaired people orient themselves by touch.
4 They had gravely impaired the credibility of the government.
5 The blast left him with permanently impaired hearing.
6 She suffers from impaired vision/hearing.
7 Some of her cognitive functions have been impaired.
8 The illness had impaired his ability to think and concentrate.
9 His hearing was impaired by the continuous great noise for a long period of time.
10 His age impaired his chances of finding a new job.
11 If circulation is impaired,(www.Sentencedict.com) the body cannot lose excess heat.
12 Today's attack has seriously impaired attempts to achieve peace in the area.
13 Much childbearing had not impaired her beauty.
14 The disease results in impaired motor function.
15 Magnesium reabsorption is impaired by phosphate depletion.
16 If renal function is severely impaired(sentencedict.com), acetazolamide is ineffective.
17 Impaired self-esteem, stress, physical symptoms.
18 Making new memories is even more impaired.
19 This is probably because of impaired gall bladder contraction.
20 There is different legislation for mentally impaired elderly people.
21 It broke Woosnam's concentration and also impaired his confidence.
22 Impaired glucose tolerance is a condition that means your blood glucose falls between normal and diabetic.
23 Guide dogs open up the lives of the blind or visually impaired.
24 The rights protection law for the comsumers enables any impaired comsumer to claim money from the company.
25 These difficulties often occur following a stroke, leaving the capacity to understand less damaged, but speaking and sometimes reading impaired.
26 Part of the problem is that they are often on tasks that are also severely impaired after destruction of primary visual cortex.
27 There may be a time lapse between teaching and practical experience, so that recall may be impaired.
28 However, mechanical aids can do much to lessen the disability of impaired body structure.
29 With further respiratory tract infections there remains a tendency to impaired hearing, but this is transient.
30 If this is not done then defence against the hazards or management of the risk arising from them can be seriously impaired.
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