disability

[ dis-uh-bil-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF disability

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISABILITY

Certain sections of the nation get cured of this disability.

Take one child and put him under the disability that the twins were born with.

Do you think that some exterior force is causing the President's disability?

Only how the bonfires wouldn't burn if it should turn out to be only a disability after all.

This disability was removed in 1802, and much benefit is expected to result from this measure.

Discharged before the end of their term, 9169, including 7200 for disability.

They are not, being really due to the disability of the house-bound.

When we do it to gratify our slothfulness, or to cover our wilful ignorance and disability.

The law of 1837 gave pay to officers from the time of their disability.

(a) Give your opinion as to the causation of the disability.

WORD ORIGIN

1570s, "want of ability;" see dis- + ability. Related: Disabilities.

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