The device has also found advocates among educators and, in many remarkable ways, among the disabled.
And now we've disabled an entire generation with physical and psychological problems with two pointless wars.
He's galvanized the disabled individuals of his country.
Among those that don't, it's roughly estimated that a third can be disabled.
He became ill and disabled and spent the last years of his life in an insane asylum.
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The success boosts hopes for mind-controlled robotic prosthetics that may help disabled humans achieve some mobility.
Then they excluded human genes that also exist in primate relatives, but are disabled.
Among the promoters of electronic voting machines are advocates for disabled voters.
It's an insult to the genuinely disabled to call the obese disabled.
British Dictionary definitions for disabled
lacking one or more physical powers, such as the ability to walk or to coordinate one's movements, as from the effects of a disease or accident, or through mental impairment
(as collective noun; preceded by the) the disabled
Nowadays it is better to refer to people with physical disabilities of various kinds by describing the specific difficulty in question rather than talking about the disabled as a group, which is considered somewhat offensive. Some people also object to the word disabled to refer to facilities for people with disabilites, and prefer the word accessible
to make ineffective, unfit, or incapable, as by crippling