disabling (part of speech: verb)
hampering, invalidating, disabling, tampering, dulling, hobbling, benumbing, neutralizing, deadening, weakening, abrogating, hindering, cramping, crippling, undermining, scotching, hamstringing, vitiating, incapacitating, prostrating, handicapping, sapping, impairing, anesthetizing, enfeebling, disarming, screwing up, stunning, paralyzing, laming, stupefying
deranging (part of speech: verb)
displacing, whisking, confusing, muddling, convulsing, roughening, meddling, mislaying, rumpling, misplacing, tumbling, deranging, rummaging, upsetting, whipping, disheveling, tousling, churning, ruffling, capsizing, disturbing, fermenting, troubling, swirling, rippling, jumbling, mixing up, mussing, perturbing, confounding, agitating, scrambling, discomposing, hashing, disarranging, blurring, roiling, dislocating, scattering, tossing, disordering, messing, disorganizing, cluttering
erring (part of speech: verb)
- The botching and piecing up did not in this instance prevent the outbreak of the war. - "A History of the Four Georges, Volume II (of 4)", Justin McCarthy.
- Lay pretty long in bed talking with my wife, and then up and set to the making up of my monthly accounts, but Tom coming, with whom I was angry for botching my camlott coat, to tell me that my father and he would dine with me, and that my father was at our church, I got me ready and had a very good sermon of a country minister upon " How blessed a thing it is for brethren to live together in unity!" - "Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete Transcribed From The Shorthand Manuscript In The Pepysian Library Magdalene College Cambridge By The Rev. Mynors Bright", Samuel Pepys Commentator: Lord Braybrooke.
- For just as the ancient State was wounded to the heart through the death of her healthy sons in the field, just so slowly, just so silently, is the modern receiving deadly hurt by the botching and tinkering of her unhealthy children. - "Prince Zaleski", M.P. Shiel.