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nondisabled

or non-dis·a·bled

[ non-dis-ey-buhld ]
/ ˌnɒn dɪsˈeɪ bəld /
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adjective
noting or relating to a person free from or unaffected by disability, as physical, mental, or cognitive impairment: an analysis of nondisabled job applicants’ probability of labor force participation.
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Origin of nondisabled

First recorded in 1915–20; non- + disabled

usage note for nondisabled

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British Dictionary definitions for nondisabled

non-disabled

adjective psychiatry
not disabled

usage for non-disabled

This is the word preferred by many organizations to refer to people who have no disabilities
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