Handicap in a sentence as a noun

I'd love to help solve it, but not enough to endure the handicap.

If your golf handicap is "liable to **** someone", I'm fine with you being banned from the course.

Well, there goes the conspiracy theory that Apple was doing this to handicap web based apps.

Given that the average black car gets to a customer in 7 minutes, this is a serious handicap.

The lack of empathy is a strength while running a con or worse, but a serious handicap when trying to build long-term social relationships.

Etc etc"Nonetheless, it feels strange calling it a "handicap", he still bringing a smile to face just thinking about how generally excited he was.

Handicap in a sentence as a verb

Doubly so if you specifically handicap those tools and write your own obfuscated allocation scheme.

Multi-touch pinch to zoom doesn't matter- ATM's require physical buttons for handicap accessibility [by law in the US].Disrupting banks isn't about ATM's.

To literally handicap yourself by 50 percent is insanity.

You can handicap yourself because you are convinced that it "shouldn't matter" or "this is the startup uniform" or you can be pragmatic about it and gain an edge for relatively minor effort.

The highly profitable airport routes exist to subsidize the requirement that taxis are handicap-accessible and can't discriminate against customers.

There is absolutely no question about these tracking practices being perceived as ethically unacceptable in many countries, so why provoke both negative publicity and legislation that is likely to handicap less intrusive solutions as well?

Handicap definitions


the condition of being unable to perform as a consequence of physical or mental unfitness; "reading disability"; "hearing impairment"

See also: disability disablement impairment


advantage given to a competitor to equalize chances of winning


something immaterial that interferes with or delays action or progress

See also: hindrance hinderance deterrent impediment balk baulk check


injure permanently; "He was disabled in a car accident"

See also: disable invalid incapacitate


attempt to forecast the winner (especially in a horse race) and assign odds for or against a contestant


put at a disadvantage; "The brace I have to wear is hindering my movements"

See also: hinder hamper