disable (part of speech: verb)
hamper, invalidate, disable, tamper, dull, hobble, benumb, neutralize, deaden, weaken, abrogate, hinder, botch, cripple, undermine, scotch, hamstring, vitiate, incapacitate, prostrate, handicap, sap, impair, anesthetize, enfeeble, disarm, screw up, stun, paralyze, lame, stupefy
pain (part of speech: verb)
hurt, crick, painfulness, earache, irritation, sore, suffering, back-ache, burn, torture, throe, grief, agony, stab, sting, irritate, ache, pang, rack, migraine, headache, malaise, discomfort, infliction, gripe, chafing, spasm, throb, wound, chafe, smarting, suffer, pain, inflame, afflict, wrench, anguish, stitch, agonize, torment, affliction, bruise, inflammation, misery, bite, smart, injury, distress
hinder (part of speech: verb)
restrict, crimp, bung, interrupt, foul, frustrate, drag, burden, choke, snarl, entangle, plug, curb, catch, resist, tangle, check, stay, thwart, mire, dam, jam, brake, snag, complicate, clog, constrain, restrain, encumber, bottleneck, entrap, obstruct, oppose, inhibit, impede, delay, deter, detain, baffle, counter, bar, congest, fetter, stop, block, constipate
- Exhausted from cold and fatigue, a man called Rubso, a Christian convert, was seized with cramp. - "An Explorer's Adventures in Tibet", A. Henry Savage Landor.
- Desmond, who, by this time was getting cramp in the arms from stretching upwards and had made his hands black with dust, pulled out a couple of volumes at hazard from the set and found them real books like the rest. - "Okewood of the Secret Service", Valentine Williams.
- In the end he would fall asleep over his papers, wake with a cramp about two o'clock, and creak irritably to a lonely bed. - "The Haunted Bookshop", Christopher Morley.