[ UK /dɪskwˈɒlɪfˌa‍ɪ/ ]
[ US /dɪsˈkwɑɫəˌfaɪ/ ]
  1. make unfit or unsuitable
    Your income disqualifies you
  2. declare unfit
    She was disqualified for the Olympics because she was a professional athlete
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How To Use disqualify In A Sentence

  • Is it real America or does that community's name disqualify the Brazilians of the Mississippi Delta? Burns Strider: Just When You Thought You Were American -- Conservatives Say Not So Fast
  • If I were to cobble together a list of summer trash the 1st thing I would do is disqualify anything that shows up your standard school reading list. Archive 2009-08-01
  • The equivocation of its affirmation - if affirmation it be - is first among the defects that ought to disqualify this proposal.
  • Now if, in the view of many Australians, lying does not disqualify you from national leadership, then it is no good just going on calling politicians liars?
  • The notion that bureaucratic infighting and occasional abruptness of manner should disqualify one from high office is laughable.
  • Since it was a political junket, I'd say its quite cheeky for him to claim himself a former astronaut, but then again I don't think you'd want to 'disqualify' all Payload Specialists from being called astronauts. Is Senator Bill Nelson an Astronaut? - NASA Watch
  • A military appointing authority could choose to disqualify any panel member for good cause.
  • Trusts have long been used to hold assets that would otherwise disqualify the heir from public assistance.
  • Get real, I say, and properly punish these people or alternatively disqualify them from driving if they can't pay.
  • The fact that the genealogy of such claims is so distinctively national does not in itself disqualify them: any general truth will have a local point of origin.
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