disqualification[ dis-kwol-uh-fi-key-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF disqualification
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISQUALIFICATION
There are so many cock-tails to run,—there can be no disqualification.
So far from this being a qualification, it may become a disqualification.
But this certainly was a disqualification never to be redeemed.
He was half afraid that they thought his lameness a disqualification for accompanying them.
"There would then have been no disqualification of birth," said Lady Caroline, clearly.
The favour of the people might lead even to a disqualification of representing them.
The penalty for a breach of this Rule shall be disqualification.
Someone has described hell as disqualification in the face of opportunity.
Any deviation from such line will subject the offender to disqualification.
This is only a variation of the disqualification of interest.