verb (used with object), dis·a·bled, dis·a·bling.
Origin of disable
Synonyms for disable
Related Words for disablementdemobilization, demilitarization, disqualification, conquest, freeze, occupation, pacification, subjugation, crippling
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Historical Examples of disablement
The disorder or the disablement is thus almost a family possession.Change in the Village
(AKA George Bourne) George Sturt
Many a time they were rewarded for service and blood and disablement.Smoke
Turgenev Ivan Sergeevich
You see, our artillery is intended for destruction, and not for disablement.The Angel of the Revolution
If disablement is your will, there is your way, and the only effectual way.
Ships in danger of wreck or disablement sometimes cast forth such precarious messengers calling for aid.Cabbages and Kings