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186 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[d_ˌɪ_s_ə_b_ˈɪ_l_ɪ_t_ɪ], [dˌɪsəbˈɪlɪtɪ], [dˌɪsəbˈɪlɪtɪ]
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Synonyms for Disability:

disease (noun) impotence (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Rhymes for Disability:

  1. palatability, infertility, fragility, liability, feasibility, invulnerability, flexibility, facilities, liabilities, tranquility, gentility, invisibility, senility, hostilities, respectability, visibility, nobility, sterility, unreliability, availability, inevitability, malleability, plausibility, profitability, amiability, suitability, sensibility, impossibility, legibility, irresponsibility, incivility, deniability, reliability, possibility, instability, utilities, unpredictability, possibilities, unavailability, humility, compatibility, invincibility, desirability, immobility, irritability, responsibilities, utility, permeability, survivability, fertility, vulnerability, convertibility, mobility, motility, hostility, infallibility, futility, susceptibility, dependability, believability, maneuverability, unprofitability, volatility, responsibility, comparability, probability, probabilities, readability, predictability, eligibility, gullibility, applicability, stability, variability, virility, inability, inflexibility;
  2. civility, debility, ductility, facility, docility, agility, ability, abilities;
  3. culpability, credibility, disabilities, capabilities, capability, durability, fallibility;
  4. accessibility, adaptability, admissibility, advisability, acceptability;
  5. incompatibility, inaccessibility, indestructibility, comprehensibility;

Quotes for Disability:

  1. I was slightly brain damaged at birth, and I want people like me to see that they shouldn't let a disability get in the way. I want to raise awareness- I want to turn my disability into ability. Susan Boyle.
  2. Women would be disproportionately affected by the privatization of social security. It is one of the most important safety nets for American women in old age, or in times of disability to insure financial income for their families. Barbara Mikulski.
  3. People didn't always see a person with a disability who had to use a ramp or elevator as people who have been given unnecessary privileges. But I run into that often now. People are saying, 'Why do we have to go to great expense for these people?' Major R. Owens.

Adjectives for Disability:

  • strange and elective,
  • severe or permanent,
  • criminal nor civil,
  • stiffer permanent,
  • frequent permanent,
  • actual, physiological,
  • actual sensory,
  • service-connected,
  • other marital,
  • psycho-logical,
  • crippling emotional,
  • ad\-ditional,
  • total spiritual,
  • major physical,
  • nonmedical,
  • further mental,
  • mental or emotional,
  • slight physical,
  • such physical,
  • own physical,
  • borderline,
  • elective,
  • psychiatric,
  • frustrating,
  • ungracious,
  • inconsequential,
  • marital,
  • ignominious,
  • sensory,
  • feigned,
  • athletic,
  • meager,
  • visual,
  • hereditary,
  • ecclesiastical,
  • fake,
  • criminal,
  • gross,
  • substantial,
  • primary,
  • specific,
  • expensive,
  • apparent,
  • steady,
  • useful,
  • unusual,
  • tremendous,
  • damn,
  • false,
  • odd,
  • recent,
  • peculiar,
  • private,
  • terrible,
  • main,
  • al,
  • pronouncing perpetual,
  • natural or unconquerable,
  • ethnical or political,
  • mental or penal,
  • dismissal and perpetual,
  • serious and sometimes permanent,
  • greatest and most grotesque,
  • industrial anatomical,
  • enormous and extraordinary,
  • correspondingly serious,
  • imply long,
  • necessary and permanent,
  • grievous physical,
  • slight functional,
  • mental or other,
  • protracted physical,
  • next legal,
  • personal or corporate,
  • sometimes permanent,
  • single petty,
  • manifest physical,
  • physical or other,
  • same functional,
  • professional or personal,
  • political or administrative,
  • inherent and necessary,
  • absolute legal,
  • previous sexual,
  • special jewish,
  • heavy physical,
  • other crucial,
  • utter physical,
  • other ministerial,
  • possible mental,
  • positive physical,
  • total or partial,
  • small physical,
  • severe physical,
  • special mental,
  • terrible mental,
  • distinct and definite,
  • last serious,
  • particular social,
  • severe mental,
  • complete physical,
  • own actual,
  • dismissal,
  • almost physical,
  • sheer physical,
  • ethnical,
  • social or political,
  • other legal,
  • life-threatening,
  • vertebral,
  • procedural,
  • great physical,
  • great human,
  • onerous,
  • mere physical,
  • manageable,
  • disheartening,
  • statutory,
  • negligible,
  • mental and physical,
  • short-term,
  • temperamental,
  • penal,
  • unconquerable,
  • anatomical,
  • corporeal,
  • pitiable,
  • life-long,
  • pecuniary,
  • entirely different,
  • incurable,
  • ministerial,
  • humiliating,
  • crucial,
  • inconvenient,
  • civic,
  • administrative,
  • simultaneous,
  • proverbial,
  • ignoble,
  • shameful,
  • educational,
  • biological,
  • corporate,
  • accidental,
  • psychological,
  • parallel,
  • radical,
  • tragic,
  • relative,
  • technical,
  • habitual,
  • honorable,
  • grotesque,
  • sexual,
  • feminine,
  • mutual,
  • jewish,
  • eastern,
  • corresponding,
  • initial,
  • painful,
  • continuous,
  • petty,
  • lesser,
  • characteristic,
  • capital,
  • visible,
  • unexpected,
  • definite,
  • singular,
  • worst,
  • alien,
  • distinct,
  • professional,
  • universal,
  • dreadful,
  • additional,
  • extraordinary,
  • considerable,
  • more or less,
  • stupid,
  • happy,
  • female,
  • major,
  • double,
  • occasional,
  • enormous,
  • curious,
  • least,
  • human,
  • mere,
  • more,
  • rampant mental,
  • partial and intermittent,
  • consequent temporary,
  • minor physical,
  • permanent physical,
  • serious religious,
  • temporary or permanent,
  • other permanent,
  • such legal,
  • mental or moral,
  • political or religious,
  • great social,
  • out-and-out,
  • appreciable,
  • more serious,
  • diseased,
  • physiological,
  • grievous,
  • intermittent,
  • chronic,
  • mock,
  • consequent,
  • hopeless,
  • persistent,
  • generous,
  • inevitable,
  • current,
  • rare,
  • next,
  • permanent or total,
  • total or permanent,
  • slight social,
  • ratable,
  • thy natural,
  • extreme physical,
  • same fatal,
  • coronary,
  • common-law,
  • actual physical,
  • intrinsic,
  • presidential,
  • premature,
  • vocal,
  • racial,
  • hysterical,
  • maximum,
  • financial,
  • naval,
  • helpless,
  • slightest,
  • nervous,
  • commercial,
  • absolute,
  • minor,
  • necessary,
  • interesting,
  • slight,
  • mysterious,
  • native,
  • further,
  • chief,
  • greatest,
  • different,
  • strange,
  • less,
  • nonoccupational,
  • non-occupational,
  • occasional personal,
  • certain physical,
  • developmental,
  • physical and mental,
  • genetic,
  • exceptional,
  • industrial,
  • emotional,
  • intellectual,
  • spiritual,
  • actual,
  • possible,
  • physical or mental,
  • occupational,
  • irrevocable,
  • congenital,
  • progressive,
  • frightful,
  • obvious,
  • national,
  • heavy,
  • certain,
  • severe,
  • unfortunate,
  • electoral,
  • embarrassing,
  • similar,
  • common,
  • full,
  • utter,
  • particular,
  • special,
  • long-term,
  • grave,
  • long,
  • mental or physical,
  • arthritic,
  • inherent,
  • annoying,
  • positive,
  • moral,
  • general,
  • functional,
  • fatal,
  • religious,
  • complete,
  • present,
  • natural,
  • crippling,
  • personal,
  • medical,
  • momentary,
  • perpetual,
  • partial,
  • social,
  • civil,
  • political,
  • serious,
  • other constitutional,
  • temporary,
  • constitutional,
  • legal,
  • mental,
  • total,
  • permanent,
  • physical.
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