Legal Definition and Related Resources of Impair

Meaning of Impair

To make worse; to diminish in quality , value , excellence or strength; to weaken and to deteriorate.

Synonyms of Impair


  • adulterate
  • affect injuriously
  • blight
  • blunt
  • contaminate
  • cripple
  • crumble
  • damage
  • debilitare
  • debilitate
  • decrease in excellence
  • demolish
  • deplete
  • deprive of power
  • desecrate
  • devalue
  • dilapidate
  • diminish
  • diminish in quality
  • dissipate
  • disturb
  • dull
  • enervate
  • enfeeble
  • erode
  • jrangere
  • harm
  • hinder
  • hurt
  • imminuere
  • injure
  • lessen in power
  • lessen in value
  • make inroads on
  • make worse
  • mar
  • obtund
  • paralyze
  • pollute
  • put out of commission
  • reduce
  • relax
  • render feeble
  • ruin
  • sap
  • stifle
  • taint
  • undermine
  • unhinge
  • waste
  • weaken
  • wear out
  • worsen
  • Associated Concepts: impairing the obligation of contracts
  • impairment of capital
  • impairment of good will
  • impairment of memory
  • impairment of powers
  • impairment of security

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