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impair
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • "Oh, gentlemen, you see it is all useless, and that my father’s mind is really impaired," said Villefort.
  • Ma foi, I should wish to keep my illusions concerning insects unimpaired; it is quite enough to have those dissipated which I had formed of my fellow-creatures.

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  • Alcohol impairs the ability to drive safely.
  • Her vision is impaired.

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