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challenged

(chăl′ənjd)
adj.
Having a disability or impairment: physically challenged.

challenged

adjective Compromised, disabled, disadvantaged, handicapped.

challenged

adjective Compromised, disabled, disadvantaged, handicapped. See Americans with Disabilities Act, Impaired, Politically correct.
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c) If you are challenged and are unable to properly respond, you must buy a round of drinks for the challenger and the group being challenged.
The SEIU challenged 51 ballots, questioning the eligibility of the employees who voted.
Kloper believes the industry will be challenged by understanding the impact of external factors, such as globalization and the plentiful availability of debt capital, on property values.
Joy, a 67-year-old retired Junior High School teacher, has been challenged by both rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis for several years.
Coaches challenged 23 plays, and seven more came in the final 2 minutes of the half or of the game, when a league-appointed replay assistant decides whether to review a play.
Teenaged challenged athlete Rudy Garcia-Tolson teamed up with actor Robin Williams and triathlon legend Scott Tinley.
When any of this header information is found in an email, the email will not be challenged.
Deloitte analyzed more than 3,700 cases in which expert testimony was challenged, and identified 232 specific challenges in 183 cases.
Although Routledge successfully challenged Alibre Design, he became an Alibre customer and purchased Alibre Design Professional.
Designed for three to six players ages 10 and up, Patriot Challenge(TM) players are challenged with questions they select from red, white and blue Question Cards that have various levels of difficulty (basic, challenging and expert).