in a Sentence
Definition of Disqualify
to make someone ineligible for something (such as a prize) because of an offense
Examples of Disqualify in a sentence
When they found the runner had used illegal drugs, the committee members decided to disqualify him from the race.
The soldier’s illness would disqualify him from serving for the next term.
A credit database is used to disqualify potential buyers from purchasing a home.
If you have won the jackpot within the last week, your winnings may disqualify you from the prize.
Because my mother was a Disney employee, the company chose to disqualify me from winning the vacation.
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