non·​dis·​abled | \ ˌnän-dis-ˈā-bəld How to pronounce nondisabled (audio) , -diz-ˈā- \

Definition of nondisabled

: not affected with a disability : not disabled people with disabilities and their nondisabled peers

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Recent Examples on the Web The new hardware was designed to help people with disabilities operate computers as quickly and easily as nondisabled people, said Gabi Michel, director of accessible accessories at Microsoft. Katie Deighton, WSJ, 11 May 2022 In terms of the research and funding, everything is for making life easier for the nondisabled people in the disabled person’s life. Jessica Ferri, Los Angeles Times, 7 Apr. 2022 During the height of lockdown, my nondisabled child’s homework was to connect to another human every day. Aimee Christian, Wired, 20 Feb. 2022 And worse: These tryborgs make technologies in their own image—white, nondisabled, heterosexual, cisgender, wealthy. The Cyborg Jillian Weise, Wired, 21 Dec. 2021 Banished was the feel-good narrative about Keller as a brave soul who broke through at the water pump and went on to make nondisabled people feel grateful for their good fortune. Ellen Mcgirt, Fortune, 26 Oct. 2021 Disabled people get pregnant and give birth at the same rates as nondisabled ones. Los Angeles Times, 22 Oct. 2021 Disabled women now get pregnant and give birth at the same rate as nondisabled ones, but modern medicine has turned its back on them. Los Angeles Times, 30 Sep. 2021 And a good place to start is how nondisabled people can avoid giving unnecessary offense to people with disabilities. Andrew Pulrang, Forbes, 26 Sep. 2021 See More

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First Known Use of nondisabled

1894, in the meaning defined above

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“Nondisabled.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 20 Aug. 2022.

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