qualification[ kwol-uh-fi-key-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF qualification
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR QUALIFICATION
But Mr. Darwin's pronominal "we," in this connection, admits of qualification.
He has been brought up to the bar; and has every qualification but application.
The only qualification which she demands is the profession of patriotism.
First of all, I said, consider the nature of the qualification.
Mr. Gladstone talks of an Upper House, with a £20 qualification.
Was there any other seat open to him for which to need a qualification?
The question then arises why is the qualification of masculinity required?
Put your qualification as a resident merchant and as a linguist as strongly as you like.
That is a statement which requires a very great deal of qualification.
I do not ask high schooling, though there you have every qualification.