disentitle

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disentitle

(ˌdɪsɪnˈtaɪtəl)
vb
(Law) (tr) to deprive of a title, right, or claim

disentitle


Past participle: disentitled
Gerund: disentitling

Imperative
disentitle
disentitle
Present
I disentitle
you disentitle
he/she/it disentitles
we disentitle
you disentitle
they disentitle
Preterite
I disentitled
you disentitled
he/she/it disentitled
we disentitled
you disentitled
they disentitled
Present Continuous
I am disentitling
you are disentitling
he/she/it is disentitling
we are disentitling
you are disentitling
they are disentitling
Present Perfect
I have disentitled
you have disentitled
he/she/it has disentitled
we have disentitled
you have disentitled
they have disentitled
Past Continuous
I was disentitling
you were disentitling
he/she/it was disentitling
we were disentitling
you were disentitling
they were disentitling
Past Perfect
I had disentitled
you had disentitled
he/she/it had disentitled
we had disentitled
you had disentitled
they had disentitled
Future
I will disentitle
you will disentitle
he/she/it will disentitle
we will disentitle
you will disentitle
they will disentitle
Future Perfect
I will have disentitled
you will have disentitled
he/she/it will have disentitled
we will have disentitled
you will have disentitled
they will have disentitled
Future Continuous
I will be disentitling
you will be disentitling
he/she/it will be disentitling
we will be disentitling
you will be disentitling
they will be disentitling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been disentitling
you have been disentitling
he/she/it has been disentitling
we have been disentitling
you have been disentitling
they have been disentitling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been disentitling
you will have been disentitling
he/she/it will have been disentitling
we will have been disentitling
you will have been disentitling
they will have been disentitling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been disentitling
you had been disentitling
he/she/it had been disentitling
we had been disentitling
you had been disentitling
they had been disentitling
Conditional
I would disentitle
you would disentitle
he/she/it would disentitle
we would disentitle
you would disentitle
they would disentitle
Past Conditional
I would have disentitled
you would have disentitled
he/she/it would have disentitled
we would have disentitled
you would have disentitled
they would have disentitled
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Bennett, "No Relief But Upon the Terms of Coming into the House,"--Controlled Spaces, Invisible Disentitlements, and Homelessness in an Urban Shelter System, 104 YALE L.
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Blasi, Litigation Strategies for Addressing Bureaucratic Disentitlement, 16 N.
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Welfare workers interpret articulated pressures from above - for example, to increase efficiency and reduce error rates - through their own conflicts about the poor and through the unarticulated messages they receive from the bureaucratic culture of disentitlement.