Mnemonic - imp in the air to weaken, damage or injure his decision
Word - Impair
a) to weaken, damage or injure
b) diminish in strength
Part of Speech - verb
Synonyms - devalue, deteriorate, debase, tarnish
Antonyms - help, assist, aid, make stronger
1 The absence of Gerard in the midfield are bound to impair Liverpool's ambition.
2 Do not impair the hopes of a billion people by cheating in their favorite sport.
3 The remaining of the 300 marched ahead and nothing could impair their resolve to fight till their last breath.
1 The impaired vision of the victims neighbor meant that her eyewitness testimony could be doubted.
2 The storm had impaired their trek plan and it was no longer safe to go ahead.