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Disqualify   /dɪskwˈɑləfˌaɪ/   Listen
Disqualify

verb
(past & past part. disqualified; pres. part. disqualifying)
1.
Make unfit or unsuitable.  Synonyms: indispose, unfit.
2.
Declare unfit.






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"Disqualify" Quotes from Famous Books



... we must absolutely go to and examine them all, trying them carefully, stripping and comparing them; the truth will be hard enough to find, even so. If I am to take any one's advice upon the right philosophy to choose, I insist upon his knowing what they all say; every one else I disqualify; I will not trust him while there is one philosophy he is unacquainted with; that one may possibly be the best of all. If some one were to produce a handsome man, and state that he was the handsomest of mankind, we should not accept that, unless we knew he had seen all men; ...
— Works, V2 • Lucian of Samosata

... all the depositions made before the grand jury in Burr's possession. It must be confessed that few other men in his circumstances could have procured these documents out of the custody of offices filled by his inveterate enemies. Burr asserted to-day, in court, that he expected documents that would disqualify Eaton as ...
— Memoirs of Aaron Burr, Complete • Matthew L. Davis



Words linked to "Disqualify" :   pronounce, modify, recuse, qualify, judge, alter, change, label, unfit, indispose, disbar, disqualification



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