verb (used with object), dis·a·bled, dis·a·bling.
Related formsdis·a·ble·ment, noundis·a·bler, noun
Examples from the Web for disablement
And at the same moment a passionate rebellion against weakness and disablement arose in him.Robert Elsmere|Mrs. Humphry Ward
Today it is easy to find a widow who has at great cost to herself in pain, danger, and disablement, borne six or eight children.A Treatise on Parents and Children|George Bernard Shaw
The disorder or the disablement is thus almost a family possession.Change in the Village|(AKA George Bourne) George Sturt
Ships in danger of wreck or disablement sometimes cast forth such precarious messengers calling for aid.Cabbages and Kings|O. Henry
But ten days later he was disabled by gout, and the disablement proved permanent.The Annual Register 1914|Anonymous