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Under the influence of alcohol
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Having faults or errors
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“The blast left him with permanently impaired vision.”
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Having been reduced in force, effect, or value
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Physically or mentally disabled or incapacitated in some way
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Not in good health
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Out of practice in a skill or subject
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Characterized by abnormal and morally unacceptable practices or tendencies
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Having fallen into a state of disrepair or deterioration, especially through neglect
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In an adulterated state
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(of a place or economic activity) Suffering the damaging effects of a lack of demand or employment
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Containing a significant or excess amount of liquid or water
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Suffering from a particular illness, pain, distress, or disability
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Cognitively impaired
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Lacking an advantage relative to another
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Cut open
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Past tense for to cause damage to, or have a diminishing effect on
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“Stress is believed to impair one's ability to regulate moods and prevent mild sadness from deepening and persisting.”
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Past tense for to cause to become physically weaker
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(usually of a disease or condition) Past tense for to affect adversely
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Past tense for to shape badly or incorrectly
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Past tense for to destroy or disrupt by means of sabotage
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Past tense for to make worse or more severe
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Past tense for to damage, erode, or destroy by friction or use
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Past tense for to inhibit or slow down
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Past tense for to go into decline
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Past tense for to decrease in sensitivity
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Past tense for crackle
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Past tense for to make or become less
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Past tense for to diminish in intensity or severity, especially gradually
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Past tense for to put an end to, especially formally
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Past tense for to make ineligible, as for entry to an examination
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Past tense for to pierce and make a hole or holes in
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Past tense for to hit very hard
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