Origin of disqualification
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Examples from the Web for disqualification
The reality is that being pro-life immediately gets him off the disqualification list.
“I am pro-choice, and that is almost a disqualification,” he said.
Simply cooking the four ingredients and placing them on a plate is grounds for disqualification.‘Chopped’: Why I’m Obsessed with Food Network’s Reality Competition Show
April 2, 2013
Non-compliance with these Official Rules may result in disqualification.
Return of prize notification as undeliverable may result in disqualification and alternate determination.
There are so many cock-tails to run,—there can be no disqualification.Roland Cashel
Charles James Lever
So far from this being a qualification, it may become a disqualification.A Book for All Readers
Ainsworth Rand Spofford
But this certainly was a disqualification never to be redeemed.Mary, Mary
He was half afraid that they thought his lameness a disqualification for accompanying them.
"There would then have been no disqualification of birth," said Lady Caroline, clearly.
Word Origin and History for disqualification
1710s, agent noun from disqualify.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper