ineligible

[ in-el-i-juh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF ineligible
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Save after a four-year interval, the president was ineligible for re-election.

Upon the reasons and motives of the constitution, he was ineligible for ever.

"A most ineligible suitor, I am sure," broke forth the baronet.

Ineligible herself, and unable to find a substitute—what a dilemma!

That was what none of the other eligibles had ever done, least of all Charity the ineligible.

You might easily arrange to be ineligible before Bambilio comes for you.

Now, men, eligible and ineligible, would increase their homage.

The governor is chosen for four years; and is ineligible for the succeeding term.

The senate committee reported that no senators were ineligible.

But she is just as ineligible as the first; marry he will, always a young woman.

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