Repressive vs Disqualifying - What's the difference?

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Repressive is a related term of disqualifying.


As an adjective repressive

is .

As a verb disqualifying is

.

repressive

English

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • Serving to repress or suppress; oppressive
  • * 1846 Allan Freer - The North British Review
  • Human law is indeed repressive', but ' repressive on moral principles comprehensively applied to the whole community, and commanding the approval of the moral sense of the governed
  • * 1989 Louis Henkin - Right V. Might
  • First, the classical rule forbids any unilateral right to use force to overthrow a regime on the sole grounds that it is repressive in character.

    disqualifying

    English

    Verb

    (head)