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What is another word for disability?

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[dˌɪsəbˈɪlɪtɪ], [dˌɪsəbˈɪlɪtɪ], [d_ˌɪ_s_ə_b_ˈɪ_l_ɪ_t_ɪ]

Synonyms for Disability:

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

Rhymes for Disability:

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