from The Century Dictionary.
- To divest of qualifications; disqualify.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- transitive verb To disqualify; to unfit.
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- verb transitive To
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Hussein Obama is unamerica, unqualify, unprepare and untested to lead this country in the time of crisis.
You can be as weak, unexperience, unqualify as you can be, with all of that on your side, you don't need to fight, the fairytale campaign will continue
Obama is not only unqualify in experience…he is unqualify in integrity and soul to be a leader of any nation.
Or what again, if God should think fit to smite a man with sores, sickness, and noisome ulcers in his body? yet even these, as offensive as they are, cannot unqualify a
Nor can any thing more peculiarly unqualify a man for the office of an apostle or preacher of the gospel, than this degenerous quality: for it makes him unable to look a bold sinner in the face, to assert a disgusted truth, or to own his commission, when power and interest shall frown him into silence and mean compliances.
Lazarus's poverty did not unqualify him for Abraham's bosom, iii.
I misremember whether my ancestors came from this part of the world or not; but if they did, sir, my habits and profession entirely unqualify me for their company, I hope.
By this means they open a gate to folly, and oftentimes render a man so ridiculous, as discredit his virtues and capacities, and unqualify them from doing any good in the world.