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Definition of "disablement" [dis•a•ble•ment]

  • The action of disabling or the state of being disabled. (noun)

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Use "disablement" in a sentence
  • "In this model, “most disablement is created by oppressive social systems.”"
  • "Brad has little need for any additional life cover at this stage but still has exposure to certain "living risks", such as long-term disablement or a major illness."
  • "Denny Hamlin said fear of long-term disablement in his left knee motivated him to decide on reconstructive surgery sooner rather than later."