Disabilities [noun]

Definition of Disabilities:

disadvantage, restriction

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Sentence/Example of Disabilities:

The bill to remove the civil disabilities of the Jews rejected in the British parliament by a vote of 288 to 165.

The General Assembly has the power, by a two-thirds vote, to remove such disabilities.

During this session Mr. Robert Grant again brought in a bill for removing the civil disabilities of the Jews.

But Congress may, by a vote of two-thirds of each House, remove such disabilities.

Of this number, some were transferred to other commands, some were discharged for physical disabilities and other causes.

A further source of discontent developed in the disabilities affecting recent American settlers.

Though hampered with some disabilities, the Country Girl of to-day has one great advantage.

The temperament attached to these painful disabilities had been warm and strongly womanly.

In 1816 the various Turnpike Trusts approached Parliament for a redress of these disabilities.

But note that Athens had no taxes on foreigners, and inflicted no disabilities on them except absence of citizenship.