Dis*qual`i*fi*ca"tion (?), n.

1.

The act of disqualifying, or state of being disqualified; want of qualification; incompetency; disability; as, the disqualification of men for holding certain offices.

2.

That which disqualifies; that which incapacitates or makes unfit; as, conviction of crime is a disqualification of a person for office; sickness is a disqualification for labor.

I must still retain the consciousness of those disqualifications which you have been pleased to overlook. Sir J. Shore.

 

© Webster 1913.

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