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Unabled vs. Disabled

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Unabledadjective

(obsolete) disabled

Disabledadjective

Made incapable of use or action.

Unabledadjective

Disabled.

Disabledadjective

Having a disability, especially physical.

Disabledadjective

(legal) Legally disqualified.

Disablednoun

One who is disabled. often used collectively as the disabled, but sometimes also singular

Disabledverb

simple past tense and past participle of disable

Disabled

injured so as to be unable to function; as, disabled veterans.

Disabled

unable to function at normal capacity.

Disablednoun

people who are crippled or otherwise physically handicapped;

‘technology to help the elderly and the disabled’;

Disabledadjective

incapacitated by injury or illness

Disabledadjective

so badly injured as to be unable to continue;

‘disabled veterans’;

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