qualify

Part of speech: noun

QUALIFIER.

Part of speech: verb

To fit for an office or occupation.

Part of speech: verb

To limit or modify; mitigate; restrict.

Part of speech: verb

To prepare for entering upon a function, employment, etc.

Part of speech: adjective

Qualifiable.

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Usage examples "qualify":

  1. Their thoroughness, ability, patience and open- mindedness highly qualify them to assume such responsibilities and undertake so great a task. - "The Light of Divine Guidance (Volume 1)", Shoghi Effendi.
  2. We do not know how to qualify millions of our countrymen, contending with one heart for an admission to privileges which we have ever thought our own happiness and honor, by odious and unworthy names. - "The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. VI. (of 12)", Edmund Burke.
  3. It was one of his strongest and most cherished desires that every free- born youth should qualify himself to read English correctly. - "A Maid at King Alfred’s Court", Lucy Foster Madison.