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disqualified

[ dis-kwol-uh-fahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF disqualified

Synonyms for disqualified

  • bar
  • exclude
  • invalidate
  • preclude
  • prohibit
  • rule out
  • suspend
  • bate
  • debar
  • disable
  • disenable
  • disfranchise
  • except
  • impair
  • incapacitate
  • nix
  • paralyze
  • unfit
  • weaken
  • disentitle
  • eighty-six
  • not make the cut
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Antonyms for disqualified

  • add
  • allow
  • include
  • permit
  • aid
  • assist
  • help
  • mobilize
  • be eligible
  • capacitate
  • fit
  • qualify
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISQUALIFIED

Perhaps his long book of travel had disqualified his invention.

He'd be disqualified, and he hasn't a penny without his work.

Black Bess jumped the fence, ran off with her rider and was disqualified.

If one specimen on a plate is not as labelled, the whole plate is disqualified.

I have said that he is disqualified, and now the others will shoot again.

Persons may similarly be disqualified from holding a licence.

The committeeman knew then that these men should be disqualified; but how was he to act?

How curious it would be if the favourite for a championship were disqualified in this way.

At any rate, he had admitted that he had been told to say what he had said, and so he had been disqualified as a witness.

The man who has entirely ceased to be a boy is disqualified.

WORD ORIGIN

1718 (implied in disqualified), from dis- + qualify. Related: Disqualifying.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DISQUALIFIED

incapable

adjectivenot adequate; helpless
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