disqualify[ dis-kwol-uh-fahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF disqualify
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISQUALIFY
The feeling grew, and bade fair to disqualify him for his humble office.
Did not this disqualify the Church as ministers of consolation?
What may disqualify any person for admission to the ministry of the Kirk.
True, we must not disqualify Beowulf forthwith because he slew a dragon.
If he tears up his card or picks up his ball he'll disqualify himself.
His French citizenship does not disqualify him, at least upon a peace.
It should disqualify a man from being considered anything that was candid, frank or virtuous.
But do these excrescences, which only proceed from the richness and fertility of the soil, disqualify a man for public business?
To break any pledge is bad enough, but to break that pledge ought to disqualify a man from ever again calling himself a man.
Is a slight frontal inclination to disqualify a person from being a prefect?
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR DISQUALIFY
- boot out
- give notice to
- give someone his or her walking papers
- give someone the ax
- give someone the gate
- give someone the pink slip
- give the ax
- give the gate
- give the heave-ho
- give walking papers
- give warning
- kick out
- lay off
- let go
- let out
- put away
- send packing
- show someone the door
- shut out
- turn away
- wash out