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Synonyms for disqualify
dɪsˈkwɒl əˌfaɪdis·qual·i·fy

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. disqualify, unfit, indisposeverb

    make unfit or unsuitable

    "Your income disqualifies you"

    Synonyms:
    unfit, disincline, indispose

    Antonyms:
    qualify, dispose

  2. disqualifyverb

    declare unfit

    "She was disqualified for the Olympics because she was a professional athlete"

    Synonyms:
    unfit, indispose

    Antonyms:
    qualify, dispose

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  1. disqualifyverb

    Synonyms:
    unfit, disable, incapacitate

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  1. List of paraphrases for "disqualify":

    exclude

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#46415disqualify

How to use disqualify in a sentence?

  1. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi:

    Unfortunately, Congressman Ratcliffe has shown an unacceptable embrace of conspiracy theories and a clear disrespect and distrust of our law enforcement and intelligence patriots that disqualify him from leading America's intelligence community.

  2. Alan Levin:

    I see and have seen, highly functioning, highly respected, highly compensated lawyers who have been suffering from significant amount of anxiety and depression, some who have issues with substance use, but none of whom would it make any sense to disqualify from practicing law.

  3. John Cornyn:

    My understanding is that was vetted and she was following instructions of her superior officer, Jose Rodriguez, and so I certainly don't see how that would disqualify her from this job.

  4. Chris Christie:

    We can not promote someone to commander-in-chief who has made the world a more violent and dangerous place with every bad judgment Hillary Clinton has made, the facts of Hillary Clinton life and career disqualify Hillary Clinton.

  5. Judge James Burke:

    Having heard of him, or even having heard the allegations made against him in the press, does not disqualify you.


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