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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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v. - Make someone unfit to perform a certain action.

Usage examples (6)
  • "They are trying to disenable us to reach out to the people," said
  • Bold finished the number; and as he threw it aside, he thought that that at least had no direct appliance to Mr Harding, and that the absurdly strong colouring of the picture...
  • There are two things which hinder or disenable men from believing with faith divine and supernatural, when any divine revelation is objectively proposed unto them: --...
  • They meant also to distress us by accumulating our seamen in their prisons; and this they imagined would disenable us from manning our men of war, or sending out privateers. for more
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