[ UK /dˌɪsɐbˈɪlətˌi/ ]
[ US /ˌdɪsəˈbɪɫɪti, dɪsəˈbɪɫɪtiz/ ]
  1. the condition of being unable to perform as a consequence of physical or mental unfitness
    reading disability
    hearing impairment
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How To Use disability In A Sentence

  • Petanque may be the only sport inspired by a disability - that of Jules LeNoir, who in 1910 was a dedicated player of boules, a French game much like bocce ball.
  • These will involve more rigorous checks on claimants to make sure their disability qualifies. The Sun
  • Furthermore, in order to assess the special disability and whether there has been unconscionable conduct, it is essential to also examine the actual actions of those against whom that conduct is impugned.
  • VSA, the organization on arts and disability, will continue its playwrighting program and its annual young soloists program. Kennedy Center offers Cate Blanchett, hip-hop, 'The Addams Family'
  • Most Down's people have related physical handicaps in addition to their mental disability.
  • Veterans must be treated fairly and expeditiously as they seek compensation for disability or illness.
  • The purpose: to present an award recognizing special achievement in the fight against a learning disability known as dyslexia.
  • Dose Antihypertensive Treatment Reduce Stroke - Related Mortality and Disability in Patients with Acute ICH?
  • The payments will be staggered, giving priority to child support grants in June, old-age grants and war veterans in July, disability grants and grants-in-aid in August and foster-care grants in September.
  • However, mechanical aids can do much to lessen the disability of impaired body structure.
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