disqualifying

Repressive vs Disqualifying - What's the difference?

repressive | disqualifying | Related terms |

Repressive is a related term of disqualifying.


As an adjective repressive

is .

As a verb disqualifying is

.

Prohibitory vs Disqualifying - What's the difference?

prohibitory | disqualifying | Synonyms |

Prohibitory is a synonym of disqualifying.


As an adjective prohibitory

is that serves to prohibit or forbid.

As a verb disqualifying is

.

Suppressive vs Disqualifying - What's the difference?

suppressive | disqualifying | Related terms |

Suppressive is a related term of disqualifying.


As an adjective suppressive

is that serves to suppress.

As a verb disqualifying is

.

Prohibitive vs Disqualifying - What's the difference?

prohibitive | disqualifying | Synonyms |

Prohibitive is a synonym of disqualifying.


As an adjective prohibitive

is tending to prohibit, preclude, or disallow.

As a noun prohibitive

is (linguistics) negative imperative.

As a verb disqualifying is

.

Wikidiffcom vs Disqualifying - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | disqualifying |


As a verb disqualifying is

.

Disqualifying vs Excessive - What's the difference?

disqualifying | excessive | Related terms |

Disqualifying is a related term of excessive.


As a verb disqualifying

is .

As an adjective excessive is

exceeding the usual bounds of something; extravagant; immoderate.

Obstructive vs Disqualifying - What's the difference?

obstructive | disqualifying | Related terms |

Obstructive is a related term of disqualifying.


As an adjective obstructive

is causing obstructions.

As a verb disqualifying is

.

Disallowing vs Disqualifying - What's the difference?

disallowing | disqualifying | Related terms |

Disallowing is a related term of disqualifying.


As verbs the difference between disallowing and disqualifying

is that disallowing is while disqualifying is .

Enjoining vs Disqualifying - What's the difference?

enjoining | disqualifying | Related terms |

Enjoining is a related term of disqualifying.


As verbs the difference between enjoining and disqualifying

is that enjoining is while disqualifying is .

Forbidding vs Disqualifying - What's the difference?

forbidding | disqualifying | Related terms |

Forbidding is a related term of disqualifying.


As verbs the difference between forbidding and disqualifying

is that forbidding is while disqualifying is .

As an adjective forbidding

is highly unpleasant or disagreeable.

As a noun forbidding

is the act by which something is forbidden; a prohibition.

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