Grossest faults, or disabilities to perform what was covenanted.Milton.
Chatham refused to see him, pleading his disability.Bancroft.
The disabilities of idiocy, infancy, and coverture.Abbott.
Syn. -- Weakness; inability; incompetence; impotence; incapacity; incompetency; disqualification. -- Disability, Inability. Inability is an inherent want of power to perform the thing in question; disability arises from some deprivation or loss of the needed competency. One who becomes deranged is under a disability of holding his estate; and one who is made a judge, of deciding in his own case. A man may decline an office on account of his inability to discharge its duties; he may refuse to accept a trust or employment on account of some disability prevents him from entering into such engagements.