Definition of Disenable

1. Verb. Make unable to perform a certain action. "Disable this command on your computer"

Exact synonyms: Disable, Incapacitate
Generic synonyms: Alter, Change, Modify
Specialized synonyms: Lay Up, Nobble, Pinion, Confine, Hold, Restrain
Derivative terms: Disablement
Antonyms: Enable



Definition of Disenable

1. v. t. To disable; to disqualify.

Definition of Disenable

1. Verb. (obsolete) To disable; to disqualify. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Disenable

1. [v -ABLED, -ABLING, -ABLES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Disenable

disemploying
disemployment
disemploys
disempower
disempowered
disempowering
disempowerment
disempowerments
disempowers
disemvowel
disemvoweled
disemvoweling
disemvowelled
disemvowelling
disemvowels
disenable (current term)
disenabled
disenables
disenabling
disenamour
disenamoured
disenamouring
disenamours
disenchained
disenchant
disenchanted
disenchanter
disenchanters
disenchanting
disenchantingly

Literary usage of Disenable

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1. A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High Treason and ...by Thomas Bayly Howell by Thomas Bayly Howell (1816)
"But now this doth not wholly disenable his testimony ; but could I make it appear that lie had formerly foresworn himself, that then I had something to the ..."

2. A History of Framingham, Massachusetts: Including the Plantation, from 1640 by William Barry (1847)
"... a loss would "disenable" them for the settling of new inhabitants. They urge moreover, that these inhabitants (proposing to be annexed to Fram- ingham), ..."

3. Elements of Modern Materialism: Inculcating the Idea of a Future State in by Charles Knowlton (1829)
"Tie the olfactory, optic, auditory and gustato- rv nerves, and you disenable the animal to smell, see, hear, ainl taste. Tie all the other nerves from the ..."

4. Speeches and Addresses of William E. Russell by William Eustis Russell, Charles Theodore Russell (1893)
""Everlastingly disenable" Shepard! No! but everlastingly enable him to perpetuate his name and virtues in the hearts of a God-fearing, liberty-loving people ..."

5. The Scale (or Ladder) of Perfection by Walter Hilton (1908)
"CHAPTER XII SECTION I How Lovers of this World in divers ways disenable themselves ... They disenable themselves in divers ways, so that the light of grace ..."

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